If the unity is not a DC and a domain security policy is in effect, where do I grant the installation and services accounts the rights to act as a part of the operating system and log on as service. The reason I ask this is from installation guide it says on Unity server, but actually in customer site, unity server is not able to do this? I guess it has to be done on the the existing DC server?
But I only can see local security policy under program>Admin tool. Initially I thought the customer didn't deploy domain security policy, so I went into local policy and tried to assign domain/administrator(which is the install ,service and admin account)to those two services, however,I found the"look in" space bar is greyed out except for the local server when I click add button. So I guess customer deployed domain security policy. How can I verify whether they had domain security policy or not?
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