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Deny local logon work around

Question asked by mchung on Sep 1, 2020
Latest reply on Sep 3, 2020 by mchung

Hello all,


There is a group policy that our IT department doesn’t allow local log on rights to service accounts. I wrote a few .net apps which I use a scheduled task to run as the service account to authenticate with the pi server. This app will write to tags on the pi archive. The app runs fine using my logon credentials but since I have to change my password every 6 months due to an IT policy it breaks the scheduled task. 

My question is: is there a way to create a .net app that does not need interactive logon Rights to the server trying to write values back into the pi archive?