How can I run a process with a domain account with the Universal Job Management Agent in Windows
1) The first option is to run all your jobs on behalf of a domain account.
To achieve that, you have to open the "Workload Agent" service in Windows, then right click, select "properties" and click the Log On tab.
In this logon tab you can set a domain account with a password.
Indeed this domain account must have all the required privileges to run jobs, like
Act as part of the operating system
Logon as a batch job
Logon as a service
Replace a process level token
Then you have to logon on the machine with this Domain/User and password.
If your logon is OK with this domain user/password, restart the Workload Agent
2) Second solution is to update the CA7 job definition with the Domain, User and domain password at Job level
3) In both cases, you'll also have to turn option SUBSEC to Y in the Universal Job Management Agent
This is done by running this command at the MS DOS PROMPT
cautenv setopt subsec Y
To verify the option is set to Y, run: "cautenv dumpini" and look for option SUBSEC in the option environment settings
When done you have to restart the Agent and run your test job