I am having access problem into a standalone server that is not so frequently accessed by my team. When attempting to log in to the saweb, I get this message:
Your Windows Domain Account [XXXXX\yyyyunityadmin] is not associated with a Unity Subscriber.
You cannot access the Unity System Administration web pages.
I was told that there is a workaround for this, at least to access the saweb-page and make the necessary subscriber association. The party that told me of the workaround did not remember the procedure.
I'm assuming these users are using domain accounts that really aren't associated with Unity subscribers, right? If that's the case you can map those accounts to the built in Installer account on Unity for SA access using the GrantUnityAccess tool - here's a thread with the details on how to do that:
I am actually having this same problem where I cannot access the SAWeb interface. I have tried the grantunityaccess tool and still the problem persists. The above errors are preesnt in my application log and I have restarted Unity from the taskbar, but the problems continue. Any other ideas short of rebooting?
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