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@nbuck2480 are there any INFO messages before the connection failed message? Did you restart the services after updating the account and perms? Depending on the steps things were done in that could be an issue but not very likely in this case...but worth asking/throwing out there.
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Alright it seems that adding the gmsa to the administrators group fixed the "Failed to create/backup SQL SSB certificate" issue. And the sccm console is now working! But I noted that the log still shows the following: ERROR: SQL Connection failed. Connection: CCAR_DB_ACCESS, Type: Secure $$<Configur...
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I just added the DBE gmsa to the administrators in my database server GPO, I am going to test it. Would giving full control to the Database and log file structures (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/database-engine/configure-windows/configure-file-system-permissions-for-database-engine-access?vie...
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@nbuck2480 What permissions does the gMSA have on the boxes? If they are admins then no perms should be required, if not then you will need to make sure the ACLs are setup for the account in the appropriate folders. What perms in SQL does the gMSA have?
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@SqlBenjamin Once you create the gmsa do you need to add the gmsa to the SQL database folder security permissions with full control? I am getting the following error in the Config Mgr setup log: INFO: SQL Connection succeeded. Connection: SMS ACCESS, Type: Secure $$<Configuration Manager Setup><05-2...
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