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If the Workflow Automation Server service uses  the account belonging to the Local System to run, is a password change necessary?

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OnCommand Workflow Automation
Windows 201x

Answer

 

It is unnecessary to change the local system account, as there is no provision in Windows to change the account belonging to the local system.

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