All LifeKeeper GUI users must belong to LifeKeeper for Windows security groups. The LifeKeeper for Windows administrator for a cluster can use local groups and user accounts on each server, or you can set up domain groups and users with local logon privileges.
If the LifeKeeper for Windows account is the same for each server in the cluster (same login and password), then logging in to one server in the cluster will allow you to access the other servers without additional logins. You may need to enter the domain name with the user name, for example: “Southdomain\john”.
If the LifeKeeper for Windows account is different for each server in the cluster (different login names and/or passwords), then upon logging in to the first server in the cluster, you will receive the following message when LifeKeeper for Windows attempts to use the login for the next server in the cluster:
Access denied: invalid user name or bad password. Only users with local privileges can use LifeKeeper. Would you like to re-enter the authentication data?
Click Yes for a prompt to login to the next server.
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