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Event ID: 1202
Event Source: SceCli
Event Type: -
Event Description: -
Comment: Error 0x534:  We had the warnings appearing in all domain computers' event logs, but the winlogon.log did not indicate an SID that was a culprit.

However, I discovered in Group Policy a local computer account had been assigned the privilege: 'Logon as a batch job'. The local user account of course did not have a domain SID which is why it wasn't listed in the winlogon.log file.

The entry in Group Policy did not have the DOMAIN\UserName format, just UserName. So, only the computer that had that local account was not producing the 1202 warnings.

In my case, I replaced the local account in the Group Policy with a domain service account and the warnings stopped. Index: 348

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