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Old 06-06-2008, 05:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi everyone,

I was browsing web and this forum, reading manuals about installing BPS on Exchange 2003 and I'm not sure about one thing so I will be very grateful if someone could clear this up for me. Sorry in advance if the questions are stupid because I am new with this.

I understood that i need to create Domain User Account (BESAdmin) and give it Administrator privileges with "Log On Locally" and "Log on as Service" rights.

My questions are:
Do I assign "Log On Locally" and "Log on as Service" rights to BESAdmin user on a machine where I will install BES or on a machine where is MS Exchange installed?
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Is it enough to add BESAdmin to Administrator group on a machine where I will install BES or I need to do it on a machine where is MS Exchange installed?

Thank you very much in advance!
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Log on locally and log on as a service are to be added on the machine where the blackberry software will be installed.

Also, the besadmin account also only needs to be a local admin on the machine where professional will be installed, same as above.
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