K_Ritter
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Using gMSA account for the FNMS service sccount

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Has anyone had any experience with using a gMSA account as the service account for FNMS?

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jlynch11
Flexera
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Re: Using gMSA account for the FNMS service sccount

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Currently FNMS doesn't support group managed service accounts. There is an enhancement open for this functionality (issue number IOJ-1922401).

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craig_moore
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Re: Using gMSA account for the FNMS service sccount

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do you know if the enhancement open for gMSA functionality has been added yet?  (issue number IOJ-1922401).

 

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Craig

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jlynch11
Flexera
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Re: Using gMSA account for the FNMS service sccount

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Currently FNMS doesn't support group managed service accounts. There is an enhancement open for this functionality (issue number IOJ-1922401).

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jlu_tmg100_c
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Re: Using gMSA account for the FNMS service sccount

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I put the enhancement request in last year for gmsas.
Last time I looked at it there were too many places in the config where passwords were required to be entered.
As they weren't officially supported, I stopped doing any further investigate.
I suspect that after installing and configuring with a normal user account, you might be able to manually convert over to a gsma, but I've never tried.

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craig_moore
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Re: Using gMSA account for the FNMS service sccount

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do you know if the enhancement open for gMSA functionality has been added yet?  (issue number IOJ-1922401).

 

Thanks

Craig

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ChrisG
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Re: Using gMSA account for the FNMS service sccount

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@craig_moore - that particular enhancement has not been done at this point. It remains under consideration for addressing in a future release.

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