Re: Which unity accts can I take off "domain admin" group after
UnityInstall should be the most powerful account and is the only account that should be added to the Domain Admins group by the Permissions Wizard. This is definitely true for Exchange 200, 2003, and 2007. I've not dealt with a lot of customers on 2010 yet so this could have changed; however, I doubt it. You can verify what I'm telling you here:
This link will tell you what permissions and group memberships are set at a high level for all the Unity service accounts.
To clarify what Jonathan said, by "downgrade" the UnityInstall account - the rule of thumb is this:
Cisco supports that you DISABLE the UnityInstall account, if desired, after an installation. This account should only be used during installation activities. However, DO NOT DELETE the account in AD. So, again - disabling the account is OK.
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