I copied my colleagues' virtual machine, which had Teamcenter Rapid Start 11.2 installed on it. I played it with VMware Workstation 2012 Player from my machine, and then I changed the Administrator password on the virtual machine (in Control Panel).
After this, I initiated Teamcenter, which said I don't have the necessary services running, so I tried to start/restart the services, but it failed to start, saying that there's a "logon failure".
I asked my colleague to set the previous password back, so now the services start without any problem, so do Teamcenter.
My question: Why do services fail to start in case I change the administrator password?
If I'd change the Adminstrator account name that'd be clear that the services don't start with non-sys adminstrator users. A lot of companies have policies where server passwords must be changed x times a year. What about their case?
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