• Juliano Sena

    Juliano Sena - 2008-10-20

    I can not apply the restrictions on the client computers
    I get an error message saying that the server does not have administrator access.
    What do I do? :'(

    • Gitow

      Gitow - 2009-01-10

      I also am with this problem .. and nobody knows how to resolve this :(

    • Vagner Moya

      Vagner Moya - 2009-01-27

      Hi how are you,

      You have installed policy for windows from gpedit.msc

      Running command gpedit.msc and edit policy.


      See you

      Vagner Moya

      • Gitow

        Gitow - 2009-01-29

        please explain better, has many settings in gpedit.msc

    • Gitow

      Gitow - 2009-02-01

      my cyber going bankrupt this way. Cyber is the best management program that is on the market, but this does not apply to restrictions on customers ...

    • mr_anyone

      mr_anyone - 2009-05-09

      "I get an error message saying that the server does not have administrator access. "

      Actually, this explains the problem very well. The user running Cybera on the server-machine needs to have administrative access on the client machine, otherwise access restrictions can't be working correctly.

  • GianT

    GianT - 2010-02-18

    Are your workstations and server in a domain? If so, the computer with the server must have administrator rights on the domain.
    If not, you have to create an account on each of your client workstations with admin rights, and this account must be the one you are running the server with.

    I mean for example, without a domain you should try this:

    Server workstation: logged with the account Manager

    Client workstation: logged with the account Client (can have admin rights too), but has also an admin account named Manager. This account must have the same password that the account Manager on the server workstation.

    Hope this helps :)


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