In certain secure environments, the Local System Account may be restricted or have limited privileges.
The CAF plugin is configured to run with the Local System Account by default and therefore will not run in such environments. In such cases, the CAF plugins can be configured to use a different account.
The CAF Service (all plugins) runs using the Local System Account by default which may cause issues related to permissions when running software jobs requiring administrator permissions.
This document outlines how a CAF plugin (Software Delivery plugin in this case) can be configured to run with specific administrator credentials.
All supported Windows Operating SystemsCA Client AutomationÂ - All versions
The following command is used to configure a CAF plugin to use different account:
caf setcreds <plugin> user <username> password <password>
Example: caf setcreds sdagent user administrator password abc12345!
**Note: In the above example "abc12345!" is the administrator password.
To backout the changes and set the plugin back to using the Local System Account, you run the same command with no Username and Password
caf setcreds <plugin>
Example: caf setcreds sdagent
This will set the SDAgent to Run as Local System Account