Privileges for remote connection in Windows
To establish a remote connection to a machine running Windows, the user must be a member of the Acronis Remote Users security group on that machine.
After remote connection is established, the user has management rights on the remote machine as described in User rights on a managed machine.
Note: On a remote machine running Windows Vista with enabled User Account Control (UAC)—and which is not part of a domain—only the built-in Administrator user can back up data and perform disk management operations. To overcome the restriction, include the machine into a domain or disable UAC on the machine (by default, UAC is enabled). The same applies to machines running Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7.
For information about Acronis security groups and their default members, see Acronis security groups.