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How do I apply "Permission to write to application event log" For an SSIS Windows Server 2008 R2 Managed Service Account?

Last Modified: 2017-04-07
I created a managed service account to work with a SQL SSIS install.  I gave it permissions through group policy, but according to this site:

...it needs to have "Permission to write to application event log."  I can't figure out how to do that exactly.  Any suggestions?


(All rights are granted to the per-service SID. Default instance and named instance: NT SERVICE\MsDtsServer130. Integration Services does not have a separate process for a named instance.)      

Permissions Needed:
Log on as a service (SeServiceLogonRight) - Done with GPO
Permission to write to application event log. - ???
Bypass traverse checking (SeChangeNotifyPrivilege) - Done with GPO
Impersonate a client after authentication (SeImpersonatePrivilege) - Done with GPO
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