To enable Windows credentials to function across multiple domains, make sure to sure to
use the correct name formats and MID Server configuration.
Supported User Name Formats
Discovery and Orchestration support
Windows domain credentials in both
User Principal Name and Down-Level Logon
Name user name formats. For example, Domain\UserName or
UserName@example.domain.com. You can provide Windows workgroup credentials in the
following format: WORKGROUP\UserName.
You can also provide a local account by using the . \ user name.
For information about credential requirements, see Permission requirements for Windows credentials.
Windows Domain Requirements
Additional actions are required to enable credentials to function across multiple Windows
||Additional actions required
|MID Server host on the same domain as the Windows target.
|MID Server host on a different domain than the Windows target.
||Ensure that Powershell 2.0 or higher is installed on the MID Server
|MID Server host on a different domain than the Microsoft SQL Server
||See MSSQL server discovery.