33walter Absent Member.
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Run as Secure System user

Good Afternoon,

in 10.3, we created bundles using the "Launch Windows Executable" function, when we wanted to install from teh network. Since upgrading to 11.1 we cannot launch the bundle, as it informs us that access is denied. If we login with an admin account, and make the change to run as logged in user, the bundle launches without issue. We also seem to have the same issue's with MSI's.

Does this have anything to do with setting up the Credential Vault.

We are trying to have all install's run from teh network, as we can control the installer's better than having them brough down to the cache.

Any idea's would be appreciated.

Walter
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Re: Run as Secure System user

The System Account no longer has rights to Network Shares.
In ZDM7, this was accomplished via WS Objects being assigned rights in
eDirectory.


Yes, ZCM 11.1 has some new features you will want to use.
Define the Action to run as a Dynamic Administrator.

Then you can configure the Dynamic Administrator to use the rights of a
user defined in the credential vault.

For an edirectory user, the syntax for the user would be something such
as ".user.myou.myou.myo"

On 9/30/2011 2:26 PM, 33walter wrote:
>
> Good Afternoon,
>
> in 10.3, we created bundles using the "Launch Windows Executable"
> function, when we wanted to install from teh network. Since upgrading
> to 11.1 we cannot launch the bundle, as it informs us that access is
> denied. If we login with an admin account, and make the change to run
> as logged in user, the bundle launches without issue. We also seem to
> have the same issue's with MSI's.
>
> Does this have anything to do with setting up the Credential Vault.
>
> We are trying to have all install's run from teh network, as we can
> control the installer's better than having them brough down to the
> cache.
>
> Any idea's would be appreciated.
>
> Walter
>
>



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