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Scheduled Agents AND Network Access When Running Server as a Server

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I have an agent that runs on a Domino 6.5.3 server on a Windows 2008 server.  I need the agent to have NOS access to files.  Can anyone help me with server configuration and Lotus Script code to do this?
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If I remember correctly, the problem occurs only on Domino servers that have been started as a service without mentioning a user name and password. Hence, the application has no credentials and cannot access the network. So try setting a user name.

You can however use ordinary paths, so if you create a mapping before the Domino server is started, that should work as well.

See also http://searchdomino.techtarget.com/answer/Detach-attachments-from-a-document-to-a-network-share-using-a-scheduled-agent
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How do you 'create a mapping before the Domino server is started' if the server is running as a service?
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You could create a service account for the domino and let it start with it.
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