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Is a multiple administrative and service accounts a MUST for MOSS 2007/2010?

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 18, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

Want to set up a MOSS 2007 server farm and was reading up on how to do it. One Msft article insist that I need multiple accounts. My sys admin tells me that I can use one account for everything. This account is a domain account and is a member of the domain admin group, it has dbcreator, public, secadmin, serveradmin, sysadmin roles on the db server.

Any thought on the topic?



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