Security Accounts Manager (SamSs) Service on Windows Server 2008
What is the "Security Accounts Manager (SamSs)" system service on Windows Server 2008? Can I disable "Security Accounts Manager"?
"Security Accounts Manager (SamSs)" is a Windows Server 2008 service that signals other services that the Security Accounts Manager (SAM) is ready to accept requests. Disabling this service will prevent other services in the system from being notified when the SAM is ready, which may in turn cause those services to fail to start correctly. This service should not be disabled.
Detailed information on "Security Accounts Manager" service:
Service name: SamSs Display name: Security Accounts Manager Execution command: C:\Windows\system32\lsass.exe Dependencies: Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Impacts: Distributed Transaction Coordinator KtmRm for Distributed Transaction Coordinator Server
"Security Accounts Manager" service is provided by the lsass.exe program, see "lsass.exe Executable Program on Windows Server 2008" for details.
Disabling "Security Accounts Manager" service will cause issues on running Windows Server 2008.
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