When attempting to install Unity, we get the message about insufficent group privileges to install, with the SeTcbPrivilege message.<br><br>Have created an exchange/unity admin account by copying the default admin account. In exchange, we added our unity service account under the site/configuration and then modifed the services startup to login as the created unity admin account.<br><br>What have I missed under w2k to get the correct permissions for the unity admin account?<br><br>
There should be a SysCheckPreInstall folder on Disc 1 -- run the syscheck.exe in the ENU subfolder and it might give a more explicit explanation of which permission is needed.
This information can also be found in the README.HTM file in the Documentation folder on Unity Disc 1: Make sure the account is a member of Local Admins and Domain Admins Groups. If membership in Domain Admins is a security concern, see the README.HTM file for caveats. The account also needs these rights, not all of which are granted by default: Log on Locally Act as Part of the Operating System Log on as a Service
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