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replicator_agent_domain_authentication [2018/10/17 16:47]
tom.nguyen [Troubleshooting]
replicator_agent_domain_authentication [2019/02/08 08:45] (current)
jackson.davenport added explicit steps for setting the Log On user for the service
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 This will call for the library //​sqljdbc_auth.dll//​ for the windows domain authentication.  ​ This will call for the library //​sqljdbc_auth.dll//​ for the windows domain authentication.  ​
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 +==== Running as a Service ====
 +If you are running the Replicator Agent as a Windows service than you will also want to make sure the service is running as the same user that you are authenticating with.  You will do this by:
 +  * Finding the installed services through the windows "​Services"​ tool
 +  * Right-Clicking the service and choosing "​Properties"​
 +  * Going to the "Log On" tab
 +  * Supplying the user that you are authenticating with here
 +
 +{{:​serviceuser.png|}}
  
 <WRAP important>​You must ensure that you are running the agent as the user that is being authenticated to the domain. That user must also have read/write access to the directory structure of the replicator agent.</​WRAP>​ <WRAP important>​You must ensure that you are running the agent as the user that is being authenticated to the domain. That user must also have read/write access to the directory structure of the replicator agent.</​WRAP>​
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