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That's correct, when you create from central admin it give an option at the end of page which application proxy group you want to add it. Once you select and if that proxy group(lets say default) associated with any web app can consume the service. When you use PowerShell you have to run extra script line to add it to the proxy group otherwise service ...
I think you should try the Set-SPMetadataServiceApplication, What i am reading that you can set the Service administrator with the above command. See this Example: Set-SPMetadataServiceApplication -Identity "MetadataServiceApp1" -AdministratorAccount "contoso\username1" -FullAccessAccount "contoso\AppPoolAccount1,contoso\AppPoolAccount2" -RestrictedAccount ...
You should use the parameter DefaultProxyGroup when using New-SPMetadataServiceApplicationProxy
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