This depends on the application/service/role as said before. Some will list
during installation the needed permissions. Check the event viewer if something
is listed. Also a way to figure it out can be to create a scheduled task
to start the service with the problem account. Very often in the scheduled
task eventlog is listed which permissions are missing or you find more detailed
Configuration has to be set either in local or with GPMC in the OU where
the machine belongs to:
Computer configuration, windows settings, security settings, local policies,
User rights assignment, in the right pane you see the list of options.
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> I appriciate the non use of the Admin account in services, what other
> rights and how would i set them?
> "Meinolf Weber [MVP-DS]" <meiweb@(nospam)gmx.de> wrote in message
>> Hello Zaz,
>> Some services need more user rights assigment options then only
>> "logon as a service". I assume there is some additional missing for
>> that specific service.
>> Also you should never use an admin account for services, use domain
>> user accounts or on member servers local user accounts which only
>> havt he needed permissions to start the service. This depends on the
>> service/applications/role which is used.
>> Best regards
>> Meinolf Weber
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>>> I'm getting this error on a few services every 3 weeks or so.
>>> Normally after a windows update and a restart.
>>> The Environment is a Windows SBS 2003 with SP2, I can reset the
>>> in the services and it then works fine not really a permenant fix
>>> beginning to be annoying.
>>> The services all use different accounts, One is the Domain admin
>>> I have checked the Group Policy and the accounts all have logon as a
>>> Has anyone come accross this before?