In my workflow on the server, I am calling Task.RedirectWorklistItem. That is causing the following error:
User: K2:domaink2adminuser does not have administrator rights; ServiceName: K2_Management
k2adminuser is the user that K2 is installed and running as. It has admin rights on all of the workflows within this process. It is able to execute K2 Management smart object calls from within the smart object tester.
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In version 4.7, there isn't a default role called 'Security Administrators'. Only OAuth Notifications. If I go to Workflow Server > Server Rights, the user has admin in there.
Are you using variables to map the input properties when you call the RedirectWorklistItem method from your workflow? Please verify if the input values passed to the workflow are valid. I've encountered a case wherein invalid input properties to this SmartObject method would result to the same error.