Are you using bsa to provision the os ?
hello, sorry for the late reply!
Yes, i am using bsa to provision the os.
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there's a couple options:
1 - join the server to the domain in the provisioning job, and setup the AP so you always communicate w/ the target w/ a domain user
2 - use something like cpau or powershell to get the domain credentials and kick off the one installer.
with AP, you mean Automation Principal? is there a way to set it automatically within a batch job? i want to install MS Exchange; first i join the domain, then i install other software needed for Exchange, then I want to install Exchange, but therefore i have to be logged into a domain. i already tried cpau, but that didn't work out.could you please explain me how it would work with the powershell?
thanks, regards Konstantin
for powershell google returns something like this: Execute PowerShell Script using alternate credential with no prompts
for the AP, i believe you could set the server property for the AP during provisioning (in bsa) or setup to always use the AP for the role running the job.
what was the problem w/ cpau? how were you calling the execution ?
I took one last shot with CPAU - i forgot to add "-profile" at the command, now it works
thank you for your help!