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How to change services for Web Application Pools and Service Application Pools

Posted on 2012-04-05
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Hello,

I like to change the accounts that the following serivces are running

Service Application Pool - SharePoint User Profile
Service Application Pool - Security Token Service Application Pool
Service Application Pool - SharePoint - Managed Metadata
Service Application Pool - SharePoint Web Services Default
Service Application Pool - SharePoint Web Services System

Web Application Pool - MySites
Web Application Pool - SharePoint - 80   (Main SharePoint site)

How can I do this?

Thanks.
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Registered the new account as a Managed Account (Central Admin - Security).  Then go to Central Admin - Security - Service Accounts and change them.  If I were you, I would leave Security Token, Web Services Default, and Web Services System alone.
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