When installing software that creates a service, the "Error 1923" message "Verify that you have sufficient privileges to install system services" displays, normally with "Abort, Retry, Ignore" options. The screenshot below is an example:
The service is being installed and a user account (local or domain) is being specified as the "Logon" account.
Generally, a special account is used for services' logons:
and by default, these special accounts are already provided with the "Logon as Service" privilege by the Windows operating system. However, it is also possible, depending on the installation wizard, to specify a local or domain user account as the "logon" privilege instead. In order to do this, however, it is generally required that the user account be added to the local Group Policy first, or the installation will fail with this message.
Referencing the Microsoft document Add the Log on as a service Right to an Account , follow the steps below:
When finished, close out of the Group Policy Object editor and refresh the local group policy on the server by running gpupdate /force in an administrative command prompt.