A service account is an user account that is created explicitly to provide a security context for services running on Microsoft Windows Server 2003. The application pools use service accounts to assign permissions to Web sites and applications running on Internet Information Services (IIS). You can manage service accounts individually to determine the level of access for each of the application pool in a distributed environment.
Creating a Network Service Account enables the ADAM instance. To create a Network Service Account:
Click> > > . The Active Directory Users and Computers page is displayed.
Select> . The option is enabled by default.
Select thefolder and locate the Domain Controller of your single sign-on enabled domain.
Right-click theand select . The [Domain] Properties page is displayed.
If the Network Service account is not on the list of Group or user names, add it.
Select the Network Service account.
In thesection, select .
In theselect .
NOTE:Selectinghas no effect for Novell SecureLogin, but allows the ADAM instance to be cleaned properly when it is uninstalled.
Clickto close the [Domain] Properties dialog box.