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comment Install X509 certificate into Windows 2008 R2
Thanks, I did that at some point but it doesn't import the private key doing it like this. Not sure why. Or at least it seems to me that didn't do it (the cert icon on mmc doesn't show the "key" over the certificate)
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comment Install X509 certificate into Windows 2008 R2
Honeslty I just got this certificate by email from a team member so I did nothing with it. Do you need to know the issuer?
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comment Install X509 certificate into Windows 2008 R2
Thanks, I did that at some point but it doesn't import the private key doing it like this. Not sure why. Or at least it seems to me that didn't do it (the cert icon on mmc doesn't show the "key" over the certificate)
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comment How can I grant a “Computer” user specifics permissions?
Network Service is the user used by all application pools (IIS) on a web server farm and I'd need to provide to this user write permissions on a media server. If this is not possible, I'll need to create a custom user and assign it to all app pools. Thanks!
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comment How can I grant a “Computer” user specifics permissions?
@Mark Henderson: sorry for confusing you with a wrong answer and thanks for your help
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comment How can I grant a “Computer” user specifics permissions?
thanks for your help!. Then, granting remote permissions to Network Service is out of my possibilities, right? Please see my previous question serverfault.com/questions/302223/…
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comment How can I grant a “Computer” user specifics permissions?
My fault, the computer is joined to a Workgroup but not to a domain. Then, computer accounts are not available :(
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comment How can I grant a “Computer” user specifics permissions?
maybe I'm confused. How can I check if the computer is joined to a domain? In case it's not joined is not possible to add computers accounts?
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comment How can I grant a “Computer” user specifics permissions?
@Mark Henderson: yes