Service Account Manager is a powerful mass management tool for the automated and remote management of Windows services. The tool provides a single view of all services on all managed systems, allowing administrators to report on and change virtually all service properties with a few mouse clicks.
Unlike other tools on the market, a full rights and service account membership editor are built-in, so not only are credentials updated, but their associated rights and memberships are correctly configured.
Managing Windows services for a back office servers is a giant headache for administrators using Microsoft's built-in tools. The built-in tools require a massive number of mouse clicks and are incapable of answering the simple command: "show me which accounts are used on which services on all my servers, and give me a way to change them all at the same time."
Service Account Manager provides a single view of all services running/installed on all managed systems. Administrators can then sort by account (or any other reported characteristic), prepare reports on credential usage, and change virtually all service properties with a few mouse clicks.
See also: Services, Dependencies, Veritas, Backupexec, Exchange, Service Account, Management, Security, SOX, HIPAA, VNC, Terminal Server, SMS, LANICU, 2000, 2003, Microsoft