Not able to set preferred credentials on OEM console

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DBCA
Oracle 10g
Oracle 10g R2
Preferred credentials
Windows Server 2003
using Oracle 10gR2 on Windows 2003 server. I can't setup the preferred credentials on the Job scheduler screen on the console. I also have the email issue. I tried to use DBCA and clicked on database options and everything is greyed out and I cant seem to proceed. How can I configure to receive emails of any alerts etc. and also to store the preferred credentials? I am using the system with correct password.
ASKED: May 19, 2008  5:35 PM
UPDATED: May 21, 2008  3:59 AM

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for setting preferred credentials, first on windows go to settings>control panel> administrative tools> local security policy>local policy> local right assignment and then select logon as batch job, and add ur windows user in that right group. then schedule ur job in EM control by providing the same windows user name as the prefered OS authentic user.
to receive emails of any alerts, In EM control click on setup link on right top corner, and select notification method in left menu. then enter ur mail server address in outgoing mail (SMTP) server, and enter’s email address in sender’s email address.

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