Specify the list of Users for 'Deny log on as a batch job'
|ID: oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36556||Date: (C)2016-08-05 (M)2017-10-13|
|Class: COMPLIANCE||Family: windows|
This policy setting determines which accounts will not be able to log on to the computer as a batch job. A batch job is not a batch (.bat) file, but rather a batch-queue facility. Accounts that use the Task Scheduler to schedule jobs need this user right.
The Deny log on as a batch job user right overrides the Log on as a batch job user right, which could be used to allow accounts to schedule jobs that consume excessive system resources. Such an occurrence could cause a DoS condition. Failure to assign this user right to the recommended accounts can be a security risk.
When configuring a user right in the SCM enter a comma delimited list of accounts. Accounts can be either local or located in Active Directory, they can be groups, users, or computers.
Assign the Deny log on as a batch job user right to the built-in Support account and the local Guest account.
If you assign the Deny log on as a batch job user right to other accounts, you could deny users who are assigned to specific administrative roles the ability to perform their required job activities. You should confirm that delegated tasks will not be affected adversely.
For example, if you assign this user right to the IWAM_ account, the MSM Management Point will fail. On a newly installed computer that runs Windows Server 2003 this account does not belong to the Guests group, but on a computer that was upgraded from Windows 2000 this account is a member of the Guests group. Therefore, it is important that you understand which accounts belong to any groups that you assign the Deny log on as a batch job user right.
(1) GPO: Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\User Rights Assignment\Deny log on as a batch job
(2) REG: ###
(3) WMI: root\rsop\computer
UserRight='SeDenyBatchLogonRight' and precedence=1
|Microsoft Windows 10|