We can manually enter required information of host or we can use auto-discovery method. Nmap requires root privileges to be able to use raw sockets for “Syn Scanning” (a method to detect open ports through firewalls).
If we’ll use auto discovery, we need an active agent to discover targets in network. So we need to configure “privilege delegation” in the host of our agent (which we’ll use for scanning).
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If the request resource cannot be found, an error was likely encountered during the process of creating the request. The default timeout configuration for operations submitted to the FIM Service is 58 seconds, so if you notice that the request is taking longer than 58 seconds to process, the problem is likely due to a timeout.
Alternatively, you can use the MPR Explorer feature in the FIM Portal to verify that a permission-granting MPR exists for that user’s request.
In the Normal View of the request resource in the FIM Portal, the Request Status Detail attribute is named Request Workflow Remarks.
If the information included in the Request Status Detail attribute does not clearly indicate an error in an authentication or authorization workflow, search for terminated authentication and authorization workflows associated with the request.
Click “setup”, “security” and then “privilege delegation”.
Currently I have only one active agent (it’s the agent installed on OEM Cloud Control server), so I’ll configure privilege delegation for it. Select “sudo”, enter “/usr/bin/sudo -u %RUNAS% %COMMAND%” as sudo command. So we said that this host supports sudo for privilege delegation but in fact, we haven’t configured sudo yet.
Many types of extended stored procedures such as this one are meant for tasks that are either manual or very refined and controlled tasks.
This is all due to the requirements of the levels of sysadmin roles – or CONTROL SERVER to be exact.
Further on this topic, xp_cmdshell is disabled by default because it has been a known attack method.
Having the ability to execute xp_cmdshell exposes operating system level access.
Post ID=112469&Site ID=1It sounds like either you haven't installed SP1, you don't have SSIS installed and generated the code through the import/export wizard in Management Studio, or it's a bug that I don't know much about (well, even less than I gleaned by poking around via google). Did you run the Import/Export wizard from your local machine, against a SQL Server Enterprise Edition SP3 server, or you're ON the server importing from there and to there?