Service Permission change

Posted on 2012-08-30
Last Modified: 2012-09-27
Without using the Preferences in Group Policy for the sake of Win XP Sanity, how can I use group policy To replace the Local System Account on a Windows Service to a Domain Admin Account?
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    There is no option to set up that over GPO. However you can try using sc command

    Try this way

    sc config "ServiceName" obj="domain\account" password="Password"

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