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Adjust Memory Quotas for a Process Security

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Can someone please tell me if the Classic .NET AppPool, DefaultAppPool, SQL Express/Agent  groups actually need to be given this right?  We follow DISA Stigs and this was a finding.  We need to know if they can be removed safely and if not, sound justification.  Thanks in advance.
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Adjust Memory Quotas for a Process Security this is your title

Can someone please tell me if the Classic .NET AppPool, DefaultAppPool, SQL Express/Agent  groups actually need to be given this right?
this is your question


WA000-WI6026 IIS7
The amount of private memory an application pool uses must be set.
4. Scroll down to the recycling section and set the value for Private Memory Limit to a value other than 0.
this is a DOD requirement, it addresses a 'potential' problem.


Given What right for the groups you mentioned? Where did you see this, mentioned in context with the title of your question?
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I'm not following your question.  Sorry.  But here is the finding.  The groups mentioned have this right.




"""Analyze the system using the Security Configuration and Analysis snap-in.
Expand the Security Configuration and Analysis tree view.
Navigate to Local Policies -> User Rights Assignment.

If any accounts or groups other than the following are granted the “Adjust memory quotas for a process” -  SeIncreaseQuotaPrivilege right
, this is a finding:

Administrators
Local Service
Network Service"""
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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No they don't need this right. The defaults are fine. (Administrators/local Service/Network Service)
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Even on a SQL Box?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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Yes as it is sql express and not sql server .. With Sql Server you may have to play with the memory quota assignment but usually the default is fine.
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