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Define Credentials for Polling Across Domains

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Created by Steven Bansil_ret, last modified by Steven Bansil_ret on Jan 17, 2017

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Follow the requirements below when you set up your credentials for access to an AD domain controller outside the local UDT server domain:

  • The UDT user account must be a member of the target domain.
  • The UDT user account must either be a member of the Administrators group on the target domain controller or a limited account with privileges to access the remote security event log and directory service on the remote domain controller. If UDT is using a limited account, the account must be a member of these groups:
    • Domain Users
    • Distributed COM Users
    • Event Log Readers
    • Remote Desktop Users
  • The domain credentials should also have access to the WMI namespaces listed below:
    • CIMV2
    • Directory
    • RSOP
 
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