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NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE Showing on SharePoint Move

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I'm trying to connect server farms in SharePoint 2007 for a move from one server to another.  It's connecting to the source server and the config file just fine but it's pulling up this

NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE

for the user name and I have no clue what the password it.  The user name is the domain administrator but the password won't work.

Is there a way I can adjust it so that I can move the server farms?
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Question by:murphybrown22
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by:murphybrown22
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Would I do this on the same machine that my Source sharepoint server is on?
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Yes.
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It does not show properties when I right click on the Application pool.  I can include a screenshot if you need to see it
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by:choward16980
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Please.  Are you using IIS 7?

What server OS are you using?
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Ended up having to call Microsoft for help on this one.
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