Executing Dynamic Packs under different credentials
DynamicPacks Health Profiler supports executing Health Profiles/Dynamic Packs under different credentials. Once credentials are added, you can select a credential before executing Health Profile/Dynamic Packs.
By default, DynamicPacks Health Profiler executes Health Profiles or Dynamic Packs under the “Locally Logged On Credential”. If you wish to execute Health Profiles/Dynamic Packs under different credentials, you need to ensure that you have added credentials to DynamicPacks Health Profiler. Once credentials are added, you can select a credential before executing a Health Profile or a Dynamic Pack.
To add credential to DynamicPacks Health Profiler, click on the “Add Credentials” button as shown in the screenshot below.
Next, enter the username in “DomainName.com\username” format
And user password.
In case you need to add multiple credentials, please repeat above steps.
To execute a Health Profile or a Dynamic Pack under different credential, follow below steps:
- Select Health Profile or Dynamic Pack.
- Select the credential as shown in the red circle of the below screenshot
- Right Click on the Health Profile/Dynamic Pack and then click on the “Execute” action to execute Health Profile/Dynamic Pack under the selected credential.
Note: DynamicPacks Health Profiler stores credentials in an encrypted file that is stored in .\DPConfig folder.