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Install Applications as a domain account

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Is it possible (SCCM 2012R2) to install the application run as a domain account?

The application will include a powershell script that when perform must have permissions to the database

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One way around is to deploy a task sequence with a single 'Run Command Line' step. This TS step allows you to specify a domain account.

 

If the users who will be installing this have rights, you could test installing with user rights also.

 

There may be things on the PowerShell side that may work as well. I would start here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/benshy/archive/2012/06/04/using-a-powershell-script-to-run-as-a-different-user-amp-elevate-the-process.aspx

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