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Shadoh1
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We recently upgraded to the latestest and greatest version of EPO and EEPC.  Is there a way to setup a local shared account like before?  It seems like to add a user they must be a part of Active Directory the way we have it setup.  I would like to use a non AD account if possible and be able to control it/recover etc with EPO. 

Is there a way to do this? 

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yes, then they will be disabled in EEPC as well.

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I don't think this is possible.

As far as i am aware they must be from AD.

Either that or you could add a group from AD that contains all the members of that dept etc that would use it.

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No - EEPC6 only supports users present in Active Directory.

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Does it care if they are disabled in AD? 

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yes, then they will be disabled in EEPC as well.

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Ok, thanks for the prompt responses. 

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