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Identify/Change Scheduled Task passwords and Service Account passwords across domain

Posted on 2008-06-16
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I am looking for a few products that will help us change passwords across our domain that are used for Scheduled Tasks and for Services.

Ideally the software would be given an account(s) and it would find all the scheduled tasks and services that use that account for it's credentials.  It would then be able to change the password for those services and tasks.

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Looking for some SOFTWARE though.  I don't want to have to script anything.  Thanks though.

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I've never used this product (I'm typically a cheap bastard who uses free stuff first), but this commerical product seems to do what you want

http://www.liebsoft.com/index.cfm/products?id=300
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Yeah, I saw that one.  I'm testing out Security Explorer by ScriptLogic and so far it seems pretty good.
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