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Changing DC Agent, Logon Agent, and User Service permissions
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Sometimes, DC Agent, Logon Agent, or User Service needs to run as an account that has permission to access the directory service.
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On the machine running the domain controller, create a user account such as Forcepoint. You can use an existing account, but a new account is preferable so the password can be set not to expire. No special privileges are required.
Set the password never to expire. This account only provides a security context for accessing directory objects.
Make note of the user name and password you establish for this account, as they must be entered in step 6 and 7.
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On the Log On tab, select the This account option.
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Click OK to close the dialog box.
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