Oracle Waveset 8.1.1 Resources Reference

Resource Configuration Notes

This section describes Windows NT provisioning across multiple domains with two-way trusts. The following constraints apply when managing multiple domains from a single domain.


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These trusts must be established:

When the gateway service is started, a local login of the service account is done. If any of the resource admin accounts are different than the service account or you will be doing pass-through authentication for any of the domains, then the service account needs the Act As Operating System and Bypass Traverse Checking user rights in the gateway domain. These rights are required for the service account to login as and impersonate another.

If you will be creating home directories, then the resource admin account needs to be able to create directories on the file system on which the directories will be created. If the home directory will be created on a network drive, the resource admin account must have write access to the file system in the Temp or TMP environmental variables of the gateway process; or, if not defined, the gateway process's working directory (this is either WINNT or WINNT\system32).

If you will be running before, after, or resource actions, the resource admin account needs read and write access to the file system in the TEMP or TMP environment variables of the gateway process; or, if not defined, the gateway processes' working directory (this is either WINNT or WINNT\system32).

The gateway writes the scripts and the script output to one of these directories (the directory is selected in the order in which they are mentioned).

Configure a separate resource adapter for each domain. The same gateway host can be used.

It should be possible to manage multiple domains using a single resource by overriding any domain-specific resource attributes (the domain and possibly the administrator and password) for each user.


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