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SP1 problem with System Account running workflow

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I am running MOSS 2007 SP1 and Infopath Form Services. I have a form template that opens in Infopath Form Services. I fill out the form and submit it. When it goes back to the form library it shows 'System Account' as that form owner. According to the new MOSS SP1 workflows cannot start using the system account, so when I create a new form the workflow will not automatically start. How do I get the form template to use the login name instead of System Account?
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by:sunilrepale
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hello

hope this KB article help you to resolve the problem you are facing
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/953630 

thisisalready identified astheknown issueby microsoft and this kb should resolvethe problem
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by:wreaves
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Sorry I have seen that and the KB article about not being able to start a distributive workflow using the system account. The problem is that no matter what user I log into it always creates the form under system account.
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I figured it out, stupid mistake I was logging into the datasource with the system account
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