My guess is that the service is configured to log on as the
Local System Account, in which case, it (the service) is an
anonymous guest and, as such, possesses no rights at all on the
If this is the case, then I suggest you modify the service to
log on with a specific, ad hoc, domain user account.
HTH – Steve Blank
On 3/16/2020 10:38 AM, Rob Westland
How are you automatically connecting to UNC path which are
There must exist a share between a Magic server and a
Webserver. The Magic engine tries to write this file to the
Also other files, but this an example.
We have a webserver with a password protected share. And a
Magic server running the Magic engine, but the engine is of
course started from a service. No one logs in on the server,
so the share must already be connected on startup of the
I have stored the credentials of the share in the Windows
Credentials Manager of the Magicserver.
I tried it with a scheduled task and with a GPO: Computer
But the batch file does not run
The batchfile contains:
net use \\web-01\MagicWebCCache
fsutil file createnew c:\tmp\started 10
The second line is just to check if the script has run
When I login and go to the share, it is immediately
connected, I don't have to enter my credentials.
Does anyone have a clue?