|Network Eagle Checks|
You can set a check to be launch under another user's account, not the one the application or the service is launched under. If you launch the application under Windows NT or Windows 2000, the user under whose account the application is launched should have the privilege "Act as part of the operating system". If the user does not have such a privilege, set it and restart the system.
To specify another user's account, select the Security page in the Edit Check dialog box and enter the username, its domain (if it is an NT domain user), and its password.
If you set an external command check to be launched under another user's account, the external command will also be launched under that user's account. In this case the user under whose account the application is launched should have the privileges "Act as part of the operating system", "Replace a process level token" and "Increase quotas". If the user does not have such privileges, set them and restart the system.