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1 4th March 04:56
adam
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Default Credentials when using Controller.CreateScript


I am using Controller.CreateScript successfully to run scripts remotely on
hosts in the same domain. When trying to launch the Controller.CreateScript
on a host that is not in the same domain, I receive a Permission denied
error, and there is an "Access denied attempting to launch a DCOM Server" in
the event log on the server in which the object was attempted. There is not
a trust relationship between these 2 Windows 2000 domains. I would like to
keep things as secure as possible (i.e. I don't want to give "everyone"
permission to create WSHRemote on my host) - what is the best way to
configure the server in the alternate (non-trusting) domain to accept my
remote script, or configure the CreateScript to pass credentials?
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