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My server runs w/windows server 2008. I can't find NETWORK SERVICE account. How I activate it?

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Network Service account is a local account so it should be there. Are you sure you are looking in local users and not the domain?
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I don't have a service in front of me but I don't think it is listed there you need to go to the service try to add from there.
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