I've been scouring the internet for an answer to this question but can't seem to find one, so I hope someone here can help. I have an ISA 2004 installation logging to a MSDE DB. This DB has 3 security accounts associated with it, BuiltIn\Administrators, NT Authoriy\Network Service and SA. I use MOM 2005 on my network and noticed an event stating that one of these accounts has a NULL or weak password. My guess is that it is talking about the SA account.
I do not remember what the password was for the SA account but my guess is that it is NULL by default and that ISA is using it for logging. I may be wrong but it's my best educated guess due to the fact that SQL liked using blank SA passwords by default and I'm usually very good about recording passwords and I can't believe I missed this one.
If I change the SA password to something complex, how do I configure ISA to use it? Does ISA 2004 even use the SA account? Could it be disabled safely?