To succesfuly scan a Windows Domain Controller, do I have to use a "Entreprise Admin" User Account?
Is there any other way to do that?
For the Windows Server Level Controls, they would just require an account that has local admin rights on the DC. But, the AD controls would require domain admin rights. A Domain Controller actually falls under two technologies since the server level check are relevant as a well as a reduced number of AD controls.
There are between 600-800 Server checks for a given Windows system, but the AD controls usually average around 50 controls. So to report on a Domain Controller as a server, you could just use server level controls and the account would need local admin rights which Domain Admin would have.
Most efficient and common method is to use domain admin for a given domain so you do not have to worry about IP address association with the auth record which use of local admin would require.
i think you should be able to do it with a domain admin for that domain. we arent doing this yet but the permissions should work based on past experience.
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