Dec. 08, 2016
In the AppDNA Web Site Credentials step in the Configure AppDNA Environment wizard, you specify the credentials that the AppDNA web site uses internally when connecting to the database. In a production system, Citrix recommends that you use an AppDNA-specific service account that has a password that does not expire.
Configure a local service account for me – (Available only if the SQL Server installation is on the local machine and the logged on user has permissions to create a Windows user account.) This option automatically configures a Windows user account called AppDNASvcAccount on the local machine. If this account does not already exist, the wizard creates it and generates a random password that does not expire. This option is the default if it is available and you are configuring a new AppDNA server installation or creating a new database.
If necessary, the generated password can be reset later by a local administrator in Control Panel > User Accounts. However, if the password is changed in this way, you then need to reconfigure the web site to use the new password.
Use these credentials – In this option you enter the credentials that you want the AppDNA web site to use internally when connecting to the database.
This account must have local administrator privileges as described in Prepare to install.