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Running a TWS job as a domain user

Running a TWS job as a domain user

Running a TWS job as a domain user

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Hi

Here is the scenario:

We run TWS on an AIX server which can also run jobs on Windows servers in our main domain (call it domain1).

We now have another Windows server that belongs to a different domain which is behind a firewall (domain2), there is no trust between these domains - they know nothing about each other.

I have managed to get jobs running on the domain2 box as local user Maestro (by opening several ports to the firewall) but have now been asked to get jobs running as a domain2 user from TWS, which I can't do.

My question is does anybody know if this is possible in TWS, or does it have to be done at a Windows domain level to put some trust in between the 2 domains?

TIA

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