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Old February 16th, 2004, 07:16 AM
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hi chinhow,
your question (as i summarized)is that 'What is the need of these changes in configuration'.
As i mention earlier there is a default user id under which ur application executes. If these user id does not have the access rights on the file the application is trying to use it will give error. now if you want to use a network resource on some other machine the application user id has to have access rights on the target resource. As ISUSER_MACHINENAME is a user of your machine it is will not be recognised on other machine(network resource). So we can use the domain user id for the execution of the appliaction. As this user id is recognised on all network resources it is able to access all the resources where it has the required rights.
I hope this will help you understand the thing.