We strongly recommend creating the CA-XCOM-Batch-Interactive group. Not creating this group can result in dll initialization failures, as well as affecting send jobs, pre- and post-processing scripts and remote SMTP mail notifications. All jobs, scripts, and remote SMTP notifications received by CA XCOM Data Transport for Windows (CA XCOM Data Transport) are submitted to the operating system by creating a new process. The new process will run in the security context of the user receiving the transfer that caused the process to be created. CA XCOM Data Transport adds an access control entry to the window station and desktop to allow the process to interact with the user. Once the process is complete the entry point is removed from the window station and desktop. If the process created by the transfer creates an additional process, this additional process will not have access to the window station or desktop after CA XCOM Data Transport has removed the entry control point created by the original process.
To allow this additional process to interact with the user, create a local group named CA-XCOM-Batch-Interactive and include the user receiving the transfer in it. CA XCOM Data Transport will add an access control point to the window station and desktop that will not be removed when the initial process completes.
For instructions to create local user groups and to add users to the local user group, see your Windows operating system documentation.
Consider the following points when creating this group: