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Old 02-28-2012, 03:53 PM
Arjen Visser Arjen Visser is offline
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Default Installing Dbvisit Standby under a Domain account

With Dbvisit Standby version 6.0.24 and below, there are a few manual steps you have to do to install Dbvisit Standby using a Domain account under Windows.
As of Dbvisit Standby version 6.0.26 this manual work around is no longer required.

Lets assume that the Domain account is DOMAIN\oracle
The steps are:

Primary server:
  1. Login as domain account: DOMAIN\oracle
  2. Create a local account called oracle (.\oracle)with the same password as DOMAIN\oracle
  3. Install Dbvisit as per user guide

Standby server:
  1. Login as domain account: DOMAIN\oracle
  2. Create a local account called oracle (.\oracle)with the same password as DOMAIN\oracle
  3. Install Dbvisit as per user guide

The SSH connection between the 2 servers will not work yet.

Do the following on both servers to setup the domain account:
  1. Go to Windows services and click on properties of "Dbvserver" service and go to "Log On". Change the .\oracle account to DOMAIN\oracle
  2. Go to WinSSHD control panel > Settings > Edit/view settings > Windows accounts
  3. Click on oracle account and click edit. Add "Windows account domain"

Now test the network connection. This can be tested by going to the Dbvisit Command console and typing:
dbv_functions -a system_readiness

This can be done on both primary and standby servers to test the connection going both ways.

The local account oracle can then be deleted or made inactive on both servers.

Last edited by Arjen Visser; 03-28-2012 at 09:55 AM.
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