Can I not to install user identification agent to the domain controller?

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frankchow
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Can I not to install user identification agent to the domain controller?

The client would like to use their Active-Directory for user identification in PAN.

However, they are not prefer to install the agent in their domain controller.

Is it possible to install the agent in a computer which has already joined the domain, but not on the domain controller?

If so, what rights the user account/computer should have?

Please also provide me the implementation steps.

Thanks in advance!!

Best Regards,

Frank

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JohnP
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Yes it is completely possible,

I believe a guide is https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/docs/DOC-1166

In a nut shell the account you set to run the agent service must have read / audit rights on your security logs on your DC (but no other elevated rights)

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