Changing password Error with AVDSAD and AVDSGlobalCatalog
Unity 3.1(3) Unified Messaging
I have a customer that would like to change the Unity account password....
So..... I went into AD and changed the Unity service account that was used to setup Unity and changed the password to something new... Next, I went to each service that was associated with the Unity service account and changed the Logon As to the appropriate new password.
I rebooted the Unity box and noticed that two services did not start the AVDSAD and AVDSGlobalCatalog service failed to start. You could get these services to start by going back into the Logon As tab and re-typing the new password. The service would then start.
What happens after 10 or so minutes is the Unity account used to install Unity becomes locked. If you unlock the account it locks over the next couple minutes.
If you reboot the Unity server the above process starts all over again.
One thing to note: They did change their Global Catalog Server to another server, which we changed the registry to reflect the new GC.
I don't understand what the problem could be. Do you need to re-run the second half of the Unity configuration process to re-sync login\password information?????
Re: Changing password Error with AVDSAD and AVDSGlobalCatalog
This isn't a new account; it is the same account (just changing the password). I can't see anything in the application log that would be of interest. It's completely weird, I can start the service, but only after the unity server is up and running and all other services have started.
The odd thing is that the Unity account becomes locked after a period of time (within AD). So I thought maybe there is another service that has an old password associated to its login account. This isn't the case.
Oh, and there really isnt anything installed on this server other that Unity. I thought maybe there was a third party app holding up the services login process, not the case.
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