*There must be a Windows user (for example, delphix_trgt) for the target host that can be used by the Delphix Engine. This can be a Windows domain or a local user. However, a local user account will prevent the target host from being used as a staging target. *
The Windows User need to meet these requirements:
- Must be a member of the local Administrators group for access to discovery operations on source hosts, and for mounting iSCSI LUNs presented by the Delphix Engine to the target host.
- Must have the server role sysadmin for each SQL Server instance that the Delphix Engine will communicate with.
In SQL Server Management Studio, navigate to Security > Logins >delphix_trgt > Server Roles to set this role for the user.
- Must have Log on as a batch job rights so the Delphix Engine can remotely execute commands via Powershell.
Using the secpol.msc security policy editor, navigate to Local Policies > User Rights Assignment > Log on as a batch job to set this right.