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> OEM 10G Host Credentials, Validation error on XP machine
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post Aug 11 2004, 10:48 AM
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Hi guru's

I installed 10G on an XP box, and when using oem 10G some of the screens (ie MAINTENANCE -- > LOAD DATA FROM FILE) have an entry for Host Credentials. When I enter the username and password that I'm signed on to the box with, I get this error message:

Validation error RemoteOperationException -- ERROR: Wrong password for user.

Any help would be appreciated.
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post Aug 11 2004, 03:50 PM
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Hi,

This looks like an Oracle10g OEM issue/bug where passwords are not passed to OEM background tasks.

This from MetaLink:
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The administrator needs to do additional configuration specifically on MS Windows is:

a. Set the OS username as a value for "Log on as a batch job" privilege.
For Windows 2000, go to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Local Security Policy -> Local
Policies -> User Right Assignment and set the the OS username as a value for
"Log on as a batch job" privilege.

b. Check the check box "Allow service to interact with desktop" for BI Forms 10g Process Manager.
For Windows 200, go to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services ->
OraclexxxxxxProcessManager (the process manager service for BI Forms Home) -> Double
click it -> Click "Log on" tab page and check "Allow service to interact with desktop" check box.

3. Restart opmn using opmnctl command.


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Hope this helps. . .

Donald K. Burleson
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Author of Oracle Tuning: The Definitive Reference
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post Aug 12 2004, 06:52 AM
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rolleyes.gif Great! This is working. Thanks for the help!!!
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Great! This is working. Thanks for the help!!!
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post Jan 18 2006, 02:39 PM
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Just wondering, but does the OS user have to have OS administrative rights as well to have this work on Windows 2003? I had an OS user which didn't have the OS Admin rights but had the Log on as batch job priv. I had a whole bunch of problems trying to schedule jobs and even shutdown and startup instances. As soon as I gave the OS user the Admin priv to the OS, those issues went away. I'd like to think that was my solution, but I am just looking for more clarification to be more certain.

Thanks.

Jim
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