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BOOK: Professional SharePoint 2013 Administration
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Default App Management Configuration

Hi, I'm working my way through the book and notice some differences in the configuration of the App Management Service between that described in Chapter 3 and the process discussed in Chapter 11.

In Chapter 3, on page 73 I create the Subscription Settings application using the "Default SharePoint Service App Pool". Page 77 then asks me to create the App Management Service, again using the "Default SharePoint Service App Pool". OK, no problem.

Once I get to Chapter 11, on page 382 I'm asked to re-do the above but this time use the Farm Administrator account (I presume this means sp_farm, not farm_account since this doesn't exist) as the application pool identity because these new app pools (SettingsServiceAppPool and AppServiceAppPool) need to run as a farm admin account. Given that the Service Applications already exist, do I delete the ones I created in chapter 3 first or am I actually creating new ones altogether?

If I am creating new ones, what purpose will the Subscription Settings Service application and App Management Service applications that I configured in Chapter 3 serve? Are they going to be left to do nothing?

Any insight appreciated...many thanks!

lwsrbrts
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Default Just don't do it...

To answer my own question - there's no need to create the Application Pools and other items again - in fact, you can't create the new applications, I tried.

The detail in the process specifies that the account running the application pools must be a member of the Farm Administrators group. After running with it under the normal (as created in chapter 3) application pool identities (sp_services), I can't see any need for this.
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