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BizTalk User Accounts

BizTalk User Accounts

BizTalk User Accounts

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Hi, hope someone can help.

I am installing BizTalk 2004 at work in an Active Directory domain and understand that this can be done using one domain account. Does any one know what are the minimum permissions needed for the various BizTalk service accounts to run and communicate with the SQL box. I am currently making the service account a member of Domain Admins, however this is certainly not ideal.
I have looked on the Microsoft site, although this bombards you with lots of different accounts and permissions that are needed.

Any help/reference info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

RE: BizTalk User Accounts

If you ever find an easy guide on what pemissions for what service to use please post it! I have been searching the web for something like that for ages.  

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