Idea ID 2818587
Due to security policy I am no longer allowed to add my own AD adminstrator user to the local Administrators group. Instead the user is a member of an AD-group that is member of the local Administrators group. That should not make any difference. I am still a local administrator on the Windows server.
A script like nmstrafficleafstatus.ovpl cannot find that I am a member of the administrators group through an AD-group membership and gvies the following error message: Access Denied: Only users belonging to administrators group can run this script
Workaround: Start and stop the Traffic Leaf and Master through Services instead of Command Prompt.
The request is to enhance the Traffic SPI to support AD-groups, not only single users, to be member of the local Administrators group.
I found the solution to the error message here. It is some years old, but I believe the Traffic SPI still has this lack of feature: https://community.microfocus.com/t5/Network-Management-OpenView-NNM/Can-t-install-iSPI-Perfomance-Trafic-Traffic-Master/td-p/555864
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