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Efects of changing the Administrator password

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Guys,

If i change the (Administrator password) on my domain will crash the services who was instaled using the old password ?

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the services used with the administrator account will not start anymore but if they are running they will continue to run. if you change the password - you need to manually change it.

just create a new account and use it for the services, before you change the admin password.
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