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How do I change the RPC Service Logon account remotely or from the command prompt?

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The logon name for the RPC Service was accidentally changed.  Now, we cannot login to out Server 2003 machine.  How can I change the logon back remotely?

The Server 2003 machine is the domain server and there is not a backup domain controller in place.
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by:bobalob
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You should be able to use the sc.exe tool.

For example,

sc <server> config <service name> obj= <Account name>

Type sc --help and sc config --help for more info.
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by:KnightWhoSaysNi
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Will this work from the command prompt?
sc \Proplus config Remote Procedure Call (RPC) displayname= NT Authority\NetworkService password= ""
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What you need is something like this...

sc \\servername config rpcss obj= mydomain\userA password= userApassword
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