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Directory sync software Installation issue for O365 Roll out.

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Active Directory Directory Sync Installation issue.  Trying to install DirectorySync and getting error while installing:

SQL Express Install returned failed.  See the logs for more detailed information.


This is the SQL Express LOG:

Overall summary:
  Final result:                  Failed: see details below
  Exit code (Decimal):           -2067922934
  Exit facility code:            1214
  Exit error code:               10
  Exit message:                  The account that is running SQL Server Setup does not have one or all of the following rights: the right to back up files and directories, the right to manage auditing and the security log and the right to debug programs.
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the user that runs the SQL express should be from Enterprise Admins Group and schema admins Group try to run the setup with Enterprise Admin user account
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Had to Edit local policy on which Server  DirSync was to be installed and add myself the the following:

Local Policy > User right assignment

Backup files and directories
Debug Programs
Manage auditing and security log

Once I added myself to install finished with no issues!
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Enterprise admins is correct.  So credit will be given for that!  Thanks for your help!
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for mjm21's comment #a39833776

for the following reason:

I did some research and tested many things and this did the trick.....
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welcome
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Thanks!  Netminder for your help!  Have  a great day!
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