During the installation process, rather than accept the default user account to the
repository server, you may specify your desired account to perform that.
Ensure that you obtain the TestArchitect installation
file for your system.
Do the following to change user account to start the repository server with
different user credentials:
Double-click the installation file to launch the installation process, and then
follow the instructions to install TestArchitect.
In the Server Configuration dialog box, you may choose
between two types of accounts under which the repository server is to be
- Local System Account: (Default)
A predefined local account used by the service control manager. This account
has privileges on the local computer,
as the computer on the network, but might have limited
network access rights
- This account: Specify a local
user account, or a domain user account. Ensure that the account belongs
to the administrator group of the given machine to allow the Repository
Server service to start successfully.
- A local user account has the following name format:
".\username"). For example:
- A domain user account has two possible name formats: the
distinguished name of the user object in the directory, and the
- Password: Type in the appropriate password for the
Click Next, and then follow next instruction to
TestArchitect is installed successfully, and the
repository server is started with the specified user credentials.