I'm running an agent-based User-ID setup against three AD DCs and two Exchange CAS servers. Unfortunately, despite having the Event Log Reader permission, I cannot seem to get data from the Exchange servers. I am successfully getting data from the DCs, but the Exchange servers always show either Connecting or Connecting (A required privilege is not held by the agent.). Any ideas on whether or not Exchange requires additional permissions?
Be aware that only owa connection can be used, due to Exchange limitation there is no POP3 or IMAP user connection information.
I am also having this issue. I have a case open with support but there is no resolution yet. I am using User-ID agent 5.0.5 and can connect to domain controllers just fine. The Exchange server connections show "Connecting (A required privilege is not held by the agent.)" I am attempting to connect to Exchange 2010.]
The closest thing I can find is this:
Scroll all the way to the bottom:
"Ending up not being able to use the event log viewers group and had to add the accout to administrators group."
Perhaps Exchange 2010 doesn't use the "Event Log Readers" group...
I agree. PAN support wanted me to add the service-account to the local admin group on the Exchange servers. I refused and asked him to provide me documentation that this is required. Least privilege model... right?
I have. The only difference between that doc and our deployment is Server Operators, which won't fly with our AD guys. The Exchange monitoring, which is not outlined in that document at all, works fine without Server Operators.
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