When using the database backup options of the SiteRemote Server Configuration Tool the resulting job will be added to the Windows Task Scheduler. The job requires a user account, the name of which you have to state in the Server Configuration Tool (using [server name or domain name]\[user name], e.g. SRServer\Backupuser).
In order for the job to run successfully the user you choose needs a minimum set of specific rights.
If you use a local SQL database (for the SiteRemote database) and you are not using the SQL Server Management Studio for backups, the user for the SiteRemote database backup needs db_owner rights on the SiteRemote SQL database (the default name of the database is SiteRemoteBackEndServer). Note that there are no special requirements for the user regarding the Mongo DB database used for the SiteCaster part of the server.
The user also needs read and execute rights for the Data and Mongo folders and their subfolders of the SiteRemote directory (by default C:\Program Files (x86)\PROVISIO\SiteRemote\Data and C:\Program Files (x86)\PROVISIO\SiteRemote\Mongo).
Of course the user needs write rights for the backup destination folder (by default C:\Users\Public\Documents\SiteRemoteBackups).
Finally, because the job is added as a Windows task, the user needs the Windows user right to log on as a batch job.
Note that the basics described above also apply to the new SiteKiosk Online Server. Paths and names need to be adjusted.