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Check if SharePoint service account has the 'logon as service' permission

Posted on 2014-02-20
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How/where can I check if SharePoint service account has the 'logon as service' permission delegated? Is it in AD or locally on the server?
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It depends if you want to use GPO to grant that right or not. I usually just do it locally since I don't need it to often.

Log on as Service
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The question is how do I check if it has this granted or not both through GPO and/or locally. Thanks.
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Are you trying to check all users to see who has it and not just a specific user? If you're just looking for a specific user on a machine that link will tell you how to do it
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The issue has been resolved. AD admin made some changes in the GPO that was blocking the original policy.
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Own solution.
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