This question has been asked in various forms but none of the solutions worked for me.
I am trying to run
icinga from a linux box and one the plugins uses
WMI queries. It's failing, so I decided to run simple
wmic queries to find the issue. I use the following query:
wmic -U locallogin%'localpass' //myserver.domain.net "select * from Win32_Bios"
locallogin is a local administrator and
localpass is the password.
Unfortunately I get the following error:
[wmi/wmic.c:196:main()] ERROR: Login to remote object.
NTSTATUS: NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED - Access denied
However I get a successful response when I use a domain login. So my theory is that this has nothing to do with network settings but is a user credentials/permissions problem but I have no idea where to look. I should note that I have successfully used a local admin account on another machine on my domain but I can't find any discrepancy between the local user on it and the local user on this other machine.
wmimgmt.msc(even though local admins can do it already).
Properties-> Under COM Security and added the user to both sections.
cmdin elevated permissions:
netsh advfirewall firewall set rule group="remote desktop" new enable=Yesand
Is there something I am forgetting? I've removed and re-added the local user, triple checked for typos, etc. but I've been stuck for 2 days now. Any help is appreciated.
I've also tried running the following from Powershell on another Windows box from within the same domain:
Get-WmiObject -ComputerName myserver.domain.net -Class Win32_Process -Credential locallogin
locallogin is the user that exists on the remote server. This fails with
Get-WmiObject : Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED))
and in the event log on the remote server I see this:
Failure Information: Failure Reason: Unknown user name or bad password. Status: 0xC000006D Sub Status: 0xC0000064
However I am 110% sure the password is good and the user exists.
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