I need to grant permissions to the Network Service account to write on a different machine on the same network. Can you tell me which permissions I should add?
Services that run as the Network Service account access network resources by using the credentials of the computer account
Grant rights to the remote resources to the computer account; this will allow for
NETWORK SERVICE to access the resources.
Note that for this to work, the systems must be in a domain.
When granting permissions, Computer accounts aren’t searched by default. You’ll need to change your search scope in the permission granting dialog:
Then select the computer that the
NETWORK SERVICE is running as.
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