SCOrch 2019 - Orchestrator Runbook Service account

Chris.Pierce 101 Reputation points
2021-10-05T11:52:30.817+00:00

A few months back, I installed SCOrch 2019 onto a server (both the management server piece and the runbook server piece).

Yesterday, I changed the service account used for the Orchestrator Runbook Service. Now, runbooks will not run when triggered by Service Manager 2019 workflows.

I have verified that the new service account is a local admin on the server, and it has been added to 'Logon as a Service' within local security policy.

Any ideas why runbooks aren't running?

thank you,
Chris

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  1. Leon Laude 85,726 Reputation points
    2021-10-05T12:03:18.447+00:00

    Hi @Chris.Pierce ,

    You update the Orchestrator service account by going to the Services.msc and there search for the Orchestrator services and change the account.

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    In addition to that, you must also change the account in the Application Pool "System Center 2012 Orchestrator Web Features" with IIS Admin.

    If you specified Windows Authentication to Orchestrator Database during setup (default and recommended), the new Account must have a login in the Database Orchestrator Database or the SQL Instance, and be a member of the SQL-Roles:

    • Microsoft.SystemCenter.Orchestrator.Admins
    • Microsoft.SystemCenter.Orchestrator.operators
    • Microsoft.SystemCenter.Orchestrator.Users

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    If the reply was helpful please don't forget to upvote and/or accept as answer, thank you!

    Best regards,
    Leon

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