Scripting Driver - Previlege Issue

Hey,

Currently using 4.8.1 IDM & eDirectory 9.2.

I can able to run a command in the Remote Loader machine without any issues locally. but if I trigger the script using the driver, I am getting access denied error. 

Note : The account which is logged into Remote Loader to exceute the powershell is same as that I configured for Driver n RL Communication.

Badly application team says that, using my remote loader machine I can be able to run. If its not running when triggered using the driver then its my cup of tea.

Any thoughts over here ?

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  • Verified Answer

    How your RL configured to run?

    Is it run as services with system account?

     

    I had a "similar" issue with another driver, that supposed to execute PowerShell scripts on the Windows box.

    Trick - run RL as service under this specific account instead "default" system (local) account.

    RL trace window will not be open as your RL run in a "different" session.

    I use BareTail to "emulate" RL Trace window functionality.

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  • Verified Answer

    How your RL configured to run?

    Is it run as services with system account?

     

    I had a "similar" issue with another driver, that supposed to execute PowerShell scripts on the Windows box.

    Trick - run RL as service under this specific account instead "default" system (local) account.

    RL trace window will not be open as your RL run in a "different" session.

    I use BareTail to "emulate" RL Trace window functionality.

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