I have an issue with a File server monitoring plan. Whenever I try to launch it, I have this error message : A logon request contains an invalid connection type value.
The service account that we are using is defined on another DC server. It is not an Domain admin, and the traffic compression is disabled.
I configured all the access policies as described in the Windows File Server section, including the firewall :a logon request contains an invalid connection type valueffsdfhttps://helpcenter.n...ows_Shares.html
What I am missing here. Is there a right to grant locally for this user, somewhere on the file server ?
If you are running 9.0.xxxx or newer NA now use snapshots to look for changes so the DCA needs read access under the share and NTFS permissions
On the target server
The Manage auditing and security log and Backup files and directories policies must be defined for this account on a file server
The Read share permission on the audited shared folders
The Read NTFS permission on all objects of the audited folders
A member of the local Administrators group
For auditing Domain-Named DFS NameSpace, the account must be a member of the Builtin Server Operators group in the domain controllers on the domain where the file server belongs to https://helpcenter.n...ng_Account.html
The snapshots are then used to search the security log for the noted changes.
Thank you for your answer. Do you also know if it is really mandatory to have an user member of the local administrator ? Can we use a user with extended rights instead ? And if yes, which rights are really required ?