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Allowing domain trusted user to access services

Posted on 2013-12-13
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Hello,
Currently have two different domains in my network that I have just created a one way trust for, I created this trust so that when my backup job run in one domain it has rights to the other domain. Only problem is now that this domain trust is created I’m not sure where to give these permissions to allow for Backup Exec to access the other domain for my backup.

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Hi,

You may need to give the backup exec user log on as batch job and log on as service via GPO.

Run a rsop.msc and see which policy is getting applied for this server. I.e - start>>run>>rsop.msc>>Computer Configuration>>Windows settings>>Security settings>>Local policies>>User Rights Assignment>>Log on as batch job from the right hand side and see which is the source GPO, you need to check the log on as a service as well.

Most of the time it will be Default Domain controller policy. Go to the policy and locate the settings and add the backup exec user account in it.
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