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(OMi) Support Tip: How to configure Exchange MP discovery aspect correctly?

How to configure correctly Exchange Management Pack aspect "Exchange Discovery and Config".

When deploying aspect to the managed node, it is required to confgiure domain\user and password for "Exchange Discovery and Config" aspect.
It is a common mistake to define USERNAME as DOMAIN\USER (using just one backslash \)
Instead, for the correct configuration it is required to use double backslash (\\) to set the username correctlly -- DOMAIN\\USER

If this was not set properly, one can see an error message in System.txt log on the node side:

0: ERR: Thu Jul 20 10:59:23 2017: agtrep (83260/63420): (agtrep-149) Runtime exception occured when executing command = "C:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe /C ""C:/ProgramData/HP/HP BTO Software/bin/instrumentation/Exchange_Discovery.exe""" : "(xpl-153) LogonUser(ADadmin) failed."

Additionallly, make sure that the user has the following required privileges:
 View-Only Organization Management
 Server Management
 Records Management
 Local Administrator of Exchange Server

 

 

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