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A standalone Managed Service Account (sMSA) is a managed domain account that provides automatic password management, simplified service principal name (SPN) management and the ability to delegate the management to other administrators. This type of managed service account (MSA) was introduced in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7.

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Prerequisites. See the section in this topic on Requirements for group Managed Service Accounts.. Introduction. When a client computer connects to a service which is hosted on a server farm using network load balancing (NLB) or some other method where all the servers appear to be the same service to the client, then authentication protocols supporting mutual authentication such as Kerberos ...

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MSA’s inherit from a parent object class of “Computer”, but they are also users. MSA objects do not contain new attributes from the Win2008 R2 schema update. And this leads me to how MSA’s handle passwords – it’s pretty clever. An MSA is a quasi-computer object that utilizes the same password update mechanism used by computer objects.