In the User Properties for Active Directories there is a tab for 'Security.'
In that Security tab there is a check box for "Account is sensitive and cannot be delegated."
As I understand it, if this box is checked, then other accounts on other computers can not impersonate this account; but what about on the same computer.
My question is this, will another account or another application on the same computer be restricted if this box is checked?
For example, suppose we have two domain accounts:
Suppose that a scheduled task on a Win2K8r2 machine uses DMN\GeoAdmin to start a scheduled task, and that scheduled task starts a PowerShell session that runs a script on the same machine that manipulates a third party Windows service on the same machine; and that Windows service uses the DMN\GeoMapServices.
Normally, the scheduled task that runs with DMN\GeoAdmin is able to successfully run the PowerShell script that manipulates the DMN\GeoMapServices .
If the "Account is sensitive and cannot be delegated" box is checked for DMN\GeoMapServices' user properties, might that prevent the PowerShell script from manipulating the Windows service as was previously done?
Would it make a difference if the Windows service was on a different machine? For instance, what if a regular user like DMN\regUser, from his Win7 computer wanted to access a service that runs under DMN\GeoMapServices on the Win2K8 server?
What if the IIS account like, IIS_IUSRS wanted to impersonate the DMN\GeoMapService?
Would checking the "Account is sensitive and cannot be delegated" box for DMN\GeoMapService disrupt any of those activities?