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As you have to use local rights you can try this:
my workgroup is PRUEBA
the machine name is XPWEB1
my user (admin privileges) is aa
correct me if im wrong please
you're telling me to do this:
could you help me please
No. Assuming that you have you've already targeted the XPWEB1 machine (manually selected it from the System Tree group), it will display its name against the 'Target Systems:' box. You simply need to type in PRUEBA for the 'Domain', the local administrator name for the 'User name' (in your case aa) and its associated password in the box underneath.
This got me too. I've built a HP ProLiant DL380 test server, on which I've repliacted my works' ePO4 infrastructure (policies, client tasks, etc), as we want to go to from ePO patch 2 to patch 4 and from VSE 8.5 to VSE 8.7, and my two test PCs are in the one workgroup, and was getting authentication problems.
Also, since they are in a workgroup and not a domain, I believe authentication comes from having the same account with the same password on both machines. I wasn't sure if I had to do this or not, so I did it anyway. Maybe someone could clarify this...
hi, I found this thread solve my problem.
or you can refer to this
it's regarding local policy settings.