Can someone explain to me why I need to have SERVERNAME\Administrators added to the Security tab of a shared printer on a domain-joined Server 2012 R2 in order to successfully install it on a client computer (either domain-joined or workgrouped)?
Shouldn't my own user (assigned full permissions, and a member of the local Administrators group on both the server and client) in that tab be sufficient in order to install and use the printer? I get an Access Denied error when "completing installation" on the client if I remove the SERVERNAME\Administrators group from the printer.
This tutorial will walk an individual through the process of configuring basic necessities in order to use the 2010 version of Data Protection Manager. These include storage, agents, and protection jobs.
Launch Data Protection Manager from the deskt…