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Editssp: Stsadm operation (Office SharePoint Server)

SharePoint 2007

Updated: August 21, 2008

Applies To: Office SharePoint Server 2007

Updated: 2008-08-21

Operation name: Editssp

Allows the shared service administrator to perform the following functions:

  • Modify the service account credentials.

  • Rename a SSP.

Syntax

stsadm -o editssp

   -title <SSP name>

   [-newtitle] <new SSP name>

   [-sspadminsite] <administration site URL>

   [-ssplogin] <user name>

   [-ssppassword] <password>

   [-indexserver] <index server>

   [-indexlocation] <index file path>

   [-setaccounts] <process accounts (domain\username)>

   [-ssl] <yes|no>

Parameters

Parameter name Value Required? Description

title

A valid SSP name such as, "SharedServices1"

Yes

Name of the SSP to modify. This name will be used to identify this SSP in administration pages.

newtitle

A valid title, such as "NewSSP"

No

Allows the user to change the original name of the SSP.

sspadminsite

A valid URL, such as http://server_name

No

The name of the URL that contains administration site information.

ssplogin

A valid user name in the form domain\username

No

The credentials that the Shared Services Provider (SSP) timer job and Web services run under.

ssppassword

A valid Windows password

No

Password for the account.

This parameter is not required if the account has no password (for example, "NetworkService").

indexserver

A valid server name, such as "Index1"

No

Specifies the index server which will crawl content in all Web applications associated with the SSP.

indexlocation

A valid folder location in the form C:\Folder\Subfolder

No

Configures the search server that has the location of where the index resides. This parameter is used in conjunction with the osearch operation. For additional information about Search and the defaultindexlocation parameter, see Osearch: Stsadm operation (Office SharePoint Server).

setaccounts

A valid user name in the form domain\username

No

Grants a non-administrator the rights to service an SSP by creating a new process account or removes an existing account's rights to the SSP.

New process accounts should be appended to the existing list and must be in the form domain\username.

ssl

<none>

No

Use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for Web services.

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