Issue in passing variables in Security tab of SCORCH 2016 Technical Preview 5

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Hi All,

 

I am unable to pass credentials using variables using Security Tab. I am able to subscribe to the variables but it is taking local user credentials.    

 

Use case:

 

I want to check disk space status. I am the login user I don't have access to the target machine. So I am using service account details which are saved in variables. I am subscribing those credentials in the security tab. But while execution Instead of taking service account details it is taking local user details.

 

Kindly help me out

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Hi @Abhi7916,

 

How are you running the runbook?

If you run the runbook with the Run button within the Runbook Designer, or from the Orchestrator Web console, the Orchestrator runbooks are always run with the domain service account that is configured for the Orchestrator service.


You can configure specific runbook activities to run with a different username, exactly like you've done in the screenshot you provided.

 

To troubleshoot your situation more, I would suggest you to enable detailed logging so that we can get more information.

 

To enable detailed logging do as follows:

1. Right-click your runbook and go to Properties.

2. Go to the Logging tab.

 

3. Check the Store Activity-specific Published Data and the Store Common Published Data.

 

Now when you run your runbook, you will get more detailed information in the Log tab within the Runbook Designer.

 

 

Best regards,
Leon