If you’re using a Domain User account (which is best practice by the way) for your Data Access Service account you may receive the following error when opening up the console.[error]”Data Access Service SPN Not Registered” “Alert Description: The System Center Operations Manager SDK service failed to register an SPN.”[/error]
This is because by default Domain User accounts don’t have the ability to update their own SPNs. To set your SPN correctly use the following commands with a user who has Domain Admin privileges:-
setspn –A MSOMSdkSvc/SERVERNAME DOMAIN\USERNAME
setspn –A MSOMSdkSvc/SERVERNAME.fqdn.name DOMAIN\USERNAME
If you wish to check that SPN registration has been set up correctly use:-
setspn -L DOMAIN\USERNAME
Remember! – You still need to make sure that the account has been granted ‘logon as a service’ rights, and is a local administrator on the root management server computer as per
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