I already created the account. It is a standard user account at this point and has no dial in rights, since I donÃƒÂ¢Ã‚Â€Ã‚Â™t want anyone to use it for dialing in or VPN into the company.
My question is, does this account require specific rights, or be a member of some specific groups to function? I assume yes, assistance is appreciated.
By default, all user accounts have read access over Active Directory. I don't know what a Cisco ASA device is, but if it just needs to use the account for reading user information, then a standard domain
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