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Use ERA RA to endpoints management


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I would like to use the capabilities of ESET Remote Administrator program for a remote activation of scripts such as batch/powershell on the terminals in our institution by using Task Client > Run Task. Scripts would be shared through a network share. Unfortunately despite the usage of ERAAgent with the default SYSTEM access permissions the scripts don't always work as they are supposed to. The solution of this problem is changing the settings of the service in a way that would make it log into the local administrator account (we currently don't posses a directory service). A question remains if such alteration of settings is "safe" I would also like to find out if such practice is known to you and is it shared by others users of the product.

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