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ipMonitor 10 need to monitor specific events

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ipMonitor Server in Domain 1


webServer in Domain 2

No trust between domains (not available as an option)

I am trying to get the ipMonitor Server in Domain1 to be able to monitor for a specific event id in the event viewer on webServer in Domain2. The error I get is :

"Unable to open Event Log "System" on "nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn". Reason: The ipMonitor service context does not have the necessary privileges to impersonate"

credential info:
domain2\user
may be used with windows impersonation for use with rpc is checked
and may be authorized for use by another account

domain2\user is a local admin on webServer, it has log  on as a service rights and bypass traverse checking privileges.

I know I'm missing something but I don't know what. Please help.
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Thanks to Solarwinds Support.
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Fixed by Solarwinds support
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