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Accounts Configured in the Configuration Manager Console

Applies To: System Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2

Many accounts are configured in the Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 console to perform Configuration Manager 2007 functions.

In This Section

About the AMT Provisioning and Discovery Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the AMT Provisioning and Discovery Account.

About the AMT Remote Admin Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the AMT Remote Admin Account.

About the AMT User Accounts
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the AMT User Accounts.

About the Capture Operating System Image Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Capture Operating System Image account.

About the Client Push Installation Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Client Push Installation account.

About the Health State Reference Publishing Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Health State Reference Publishing account.

About the Health State Reference Querying Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Health State Reference Querying account.

About the Management Point Database Connection Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Management Point Database Connection account.

About the MEBx Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the MEBx Account.

About the Multicast Service Point Connection Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Multicast Database Connection account.

About the Network Access Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Network Access account.

About the Package Access Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Package Access account.

About the PXE Service Point Database Connection Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the PXE Service Point Database Connection account.

About the RAS Sender Phone Book Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the RAS Sender Phone Book account.

About the Remote Tools Permitted Viewer Accounts
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Remote Tools Permitted Viewer accounts.

About the Server Locator Point Database Connection Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Server Locator Point Database Connection account.

About the Site Address Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Site Address account.

About the Site System Installation Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Site System Installation account.

About the Software Update Point Connection Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Software Update Point Connection account.

About the Software Update Point Proxy Server Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Software Update Point Proxy Server account.

About the Task Sequence Editor Domain Joining Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Task Sequence Editor Domain Joining account.

About the Task Sequence Editor Network Folder Connection Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Task Sequence Editor Network Folder Connection account.

About the Task Sequence Run As Account
Describes the function, creation, maintenance, and security best practices for the Task Sequence Run As account.

See Also

For additional information, see Configuration Manager 2007 Information and Support.
To contact the documentation team, email SMSdocs@microsoft.com.
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