Joining Storefront to Server Group Error “Cannot Join Server Group”

  1. Check for any GPOs that might be blocking any local security policies on server. If this is the case, please block/disable that GPO.
  2. The policy “Access this computer from the network” with location “Computer ConfigurationWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PoliciesUser Rights Assignment”, needs to have at least following groups by default:

Everyone

Administrators

Users

Backup Operators

Add COMPUTERS (Storefront Servers)

NOTE: Depending on GPOs applied to environment,

The following table lists the actual and effective default policy values for the most recent supported versions of Windows. Default values are also listed on the policy’s property page.

Server type of GPO Default value
Default domain policy Not defined
Default domain controller policy Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Stand-alone server default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Domain controller effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Member server effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Client computer effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators

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Joining Storefront to Server Group Error “Cannot Join Server Group”

  1. Check for any GPOs that might be blocking any local security policies on server. If this is the case, please block/disable that GPO.
  2. The policy “Access this computer from the network” with location “Computer ConfigurationWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PoliciesUser Rights Assignment”, needs to have at least following groups by default:

Everyone

Administrators

Users

Backup Operators

Add COMPUTERS (Storefront Servers)

NOTE: Depending on GPOs applied to environment,

The following table lists the actual and effective default policy values for the most recent supported versions of Windows. Default values are also listed on the policy’s property page.

Server type of GPO Default value
Default domain policy Not defined
Default domain controller policy Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Stand-alone server default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Domain controller effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Member server effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Client computer effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators

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Joining Storefront to Server Group Error “Cannot Join Server Group”

  1. Check for any GPOs that might be blocking any local security policies on server. If this is the case, please block/disable that GPO.
  2. The policy “Access this computer from the network” with location “Computer ConfigurationWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PoliciesUser Rights Assignment”, needs to have at least following groups by default:

Everyone

Administrators

Users

Backup Operators

Add COMPUTERS (Storefront Servers)

NOTE: Depending on GPOs applied to environment,

The following table lists the actual and effective default policy values for the most recent supported versions of Windows. Default values are also listed on the policy’s property page.

Server type of GPO Default value
Default domain policy Not defined
Default domain controller policy Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Stand-alone server default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Domain controller effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Member server effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Client computer effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators

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Joining Storefront to Server Group Error “Cannot Join Server Group”

  1. Check for any GPOs that might be blocking any local security policies on server. If this is the case, please block/disable that GPO.
  2. The policy “Access this computer from the network” with location “Computer ConfigurationWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PoliciesUser Rights Assignment”, needs to have at least following groups by default:

Everyone

Administrators

Users

Backup Operators

Add COMPUTERS (Storefront Servers)

NOTE: Depending on GPOs applied to environment,

The following table lists the actual and effective default policy values for the most recent supported versions of Windows. Default values are also listed on the policy’s property page.

Server type of GPO Default value
Default domain policy Not defined
Default domain controller policy Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Stand-alone server default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Domain controller effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Member server effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Client computer effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators

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Joining Storefront to Server Group Error “Cannot Join Server Group”

  1. Check for any GPOs that might be blocking any local security policies on server. If this is the case, please block/disable that GPO.
  2. The policy “Access this computer from the network” with location “Computer ConfigurationWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PoliciesUser Rights Assignment”, needs to have at least following groups by default:

Everyone

Administrators

Users

Backup Operators

Add COMPUTERS (Storefront Servers)

NOTE: Depending on GPOs applied to environment,

The following table lists the actual and effective default policy values for the most recent supported versions of Windows. Default values are also listed on the policy’s property page.

Server type of GPO Default value
Default domain policy Not defined
Default domain controller policy Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Stand-alone server default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Domain controller effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Member server effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Client computer effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators

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Joining Storefront to Server Group Error “Cannot Join Server Group”

  1. Check for any GPOs that might be blocking any local security policies on server. If this is the case, please block/disable that GPO.
  2. The policy “Access this computer from the network” with location “Computer ConfigurationWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PoliciesUser Rights Assignment”, needs to have at least following groups by default:

Everyone

Administrators

Users

Backup Operators

Add COMPUTERS (Storefront Servers)

NOTE: Depending on GPOs applied to environment,

The following table lists the actual and effective default policy values for the most recent supported versions of Windows. Default values are also listed on the policy’s property page.

Server type of GPO Default value
Default domain policy Not defined
Default domain controller policy Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Stand-alone server default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Domain controller effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Member server effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Client computer effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators

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Joining Storefront to Server Group Error “Cannot Join Server Group”

  1. Check for any GPOs that might be blocking any local security policies on server. If this is the case, please block/disable that GPO.
  2. The policy “Access this computer from the network” with location “Computer ConfigurationWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PoliciesUser Rights Assignment”, needs to have at least following groups by default:

Everyone

Administrators

Users

Backup Operators

Add COMPUTERS (Storefront Servers)

NOTE: Depending on GPOs applied to environment,

The following table lists the actual and effective default policy values for the most recent supported versions of Windows. Default values are also listed on the policy’s property page.

Server type of GPO Default value
Default domain policy Not defined
Default domain controller policy Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Stand-alone server default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Domain controller effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Member server effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Client computer effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators

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Joining Storefront to Server Group Error “Cannot Join Server Group”

  1. Check for any GPOs that might be blocking any local security policies on server. If this is the case, please block/disable that GPO.
  2. The policy “Access this computer from the network” with location “Computer ConfigurationWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PoliciesUser Rights Assignment”, needs to have at least following groups by default:

Everyone

Administrators

Users

Backup Operators

Add COMPUTERS (Storefront Servers)

NOTE: Depending on GPOs applied to environment,

The following table lists the actual and effective default policy values for the most recent supported versions of Windows. Default values are also listed on the policy’s property page.

Server type of GPO Default value
Default domain policy Not defined
Default domain controller policy Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Stand-alone server default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Domain controller effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Member server effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Client computer effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators

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Joining Storefront to Server Group Error “Cannot Join Server Group”

  1. Check for any GPOs that might be blocking any local security policies on server. If this is the case, please block/disable that GPO.
  2. The policy “Access this computer from the network” with location “Computer ConfigurationWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PoliciesUser Rights Assignment”, needs to have at least following groups by default:

Everyone

Administrators

Users

Backup Operators

Add COMPUTERS (Storefront Servers)

NOTE: Depending on GPOs applied to environment,

The following table lists the actual and effective default policy values for the most recent supported versions of Windows. Default values are also listed on the policy’s property page.

Server type of GPO Default value
Default domain policy Not defined
Default domain controller policy Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Stand-alone server default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Domain controller effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Member server effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Client computer effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators

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Joining Storefront to Server Group Error “Cannot Join Server Group”

  1. Check for any GPOs that might be blocking any local security policies on server. If this is the case, please block/disable that GPO.
  2. The policy “Access this computer from the network” with location “Computer ConfigurationWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PoliciesUser Rights Assignment”, needs to have at least following groups by default:

Everyone

Administrators

Users

Backup Operators

Add COMPUTERS (Storefront Servers)

NOTE: Depending on GPOs applied to environment,

The following table lists the actual and effective default policy values for the most recent supported versions of Windows. Default values are also listed on the policy’s property page.

Server type of GPO Default value
Default domain policy Not defined
Default domain controller policy Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Stand-alone server default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Domain controller effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Authenticated Users, Enterprise Domain Controllers, Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access
Member server effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators
Client computer effective default settings Everyone, Administrators, Users, Backup Operators

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