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IWS Agent Install Account Check Local Admin Group Windows Server
When running the IWS agent install on Windows, we are wondering if the install process could check for the existence of the user account inside a nested Active Directory group inside the local administrators group? Today the install process adds the account directly into the local administrator's group on the server. Security Department at our company would prefer to use an A.D. service account that is nested in a global group inside the local administrator's group. Our Security team was asking because they prefer tighter standards on service accounts and their monitoring software alerts them when an account is added to the local admins group on a windows server.
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