I’m building a Service Set for Active Directory Services, using
Invoke-IcingaCheckService from Icinga-For-Windows.
I’m able to check all expected AD Services on our Windows Domain Controllers – except one:
NTDS: Service not found
This service is running perfectly fine in Windows.
In a Powershell with Admin Rights, it checks out fine.
However, this look different in a non-administrative Powershell instance.
So, neither the Powershell-native
Get-Service NTDS nor the Icinga check
Invoke-IcingaCheckService -Service NTDS are able to find the service in a non-admin Powershell.
Do you know of a way to make
Invoke-IcingaCheckService “see” this Windows Service?
(Maybe by somehow elevating its privileges?)
Thanks sincerely! – Barney
Icinga for Windows v1.10.1 (agent 2.12.9, framework v1.10.1, plugins 1.10.0, service 1.2)
Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Standard 10.0.17763 (with role “Active Directory Domain Services”)