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Apr
19
comment What does 'Log on as a Service' actually mean?
Thank you. This is matches all the research that I can find - I'm not sure why someone managing a fleet of servers would not want to set this policy via GPO. It just requires application support knowledge that the vendors should be providing. Thank you all for your comments.
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accepted What does 'Log on as a Service' actually mean?
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comment Running Defrag Task Against Servers
The account does have admin privileges on the servers, yes. I'd like to set this up as a task on one machine, as the list of servers affected will change (in the future I'd like to get it to run an AD check against our AD and run for specific servers).
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comment GPO To Modify Registry Setting Not Applying
Yeah, the whole registry is now locked down for Symantec via Tamper Protection since v12.1 I think. Now I have to manually go to all 70+ Citrix Servers and turn that off before applying the GPO... Hooray! Thanks again for your time and help.
Oct
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comment GPO To Modify Registry Setting Not Applying
Yes, sorry should have mentioned that I had done that on your recommendation. I found the cause of the issue - Symantec client on the server had "Tamper Protection" turned on. This was stopping the policy. Thank you very much for your assistance.
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