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The farm account does not need to be a member of the local Administrator group. For a farm it should be a domain user, when you run the configuration wizard it will be granted the required user rights, file permissions, registry permissions, DCOM permissions, and DB permissions. When you do your initial Sync with UPS, you will need to add the farm account ...
Two things are absolutely critical with UPS... permissions, and doing the configuration in the right order. Spence Harbar has the 'gold standard' guide on how to setup UPS... follow it to the letter. Remember that when FIM is provisioned, it does so under the farm account, but the service should execute as another identity, and the synchronization as a ...
just take a look at: http://www.automism.at/2013/02/22/sharepoint-2013-managed-accounts-2/ the post contains pretty detailed Information about createing the Managed Accounts for SharePoint 2010/2013 the first post in that series also contains a PowerShell script to create the ActiveDirectory Accounts that are used for the Managed Accounts Bye
To return a list of managed accounts: Get-SPManagedAccount To create a new managed account: $appPoolUserName = "<domain>\<user_name>" $appPoolCred = Get-Credential $appPoolUserName New-SPManagedAccount -Credential $appPoolCred
I've been confusing 2 different, but related things. Both Active Directory and SharePoint have managed accounts. But SharePoint just refers to a normal AD account where you tell SP to auto update the password according to AD's password policy. AD means literally creating an account managed by AD without a password. You don't put an ad-managed-service ...
If this account is also a Managed Account (check in SP-CA under Security - Managed Accounts) it is possible that someone has configured the automatic password change - NEW IN SP2010. There is no way (that I know - but i'm not an expert) to find who changed a password in AD, but you can reduce to whom can change it and any way you need to turn on Auditing ...
running SharePoint Server 2010 on Windows 7 is generally a bad idea and especially if you're using Local System and Network Service! To successfully run the User Profile Service App you need proper domain accounts. Don't waste your time to get this to work. Invest in a virtual machine (Hyper-V, VMWare, VHD boot) and run it on Windows Server with proper ...
It is SP 2010? Did you tried: Central Administration > Security > General Security > Configure service accounts > [Select One] Service Application Pool - SecurityTokenServiceApplicationPool or shortcut to it: http://[CA url]/_admin/FarmCredentialManagement.aspx
It is a best practice to create a specific service account per Service Application, so that the farm service account is only used for this specific purpose (health monitor will warn you if it is used for other services). With few exceptions these can each be made a managed account. Also create a service account per application pool, as this is a natural ...
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