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do or do not want available for the web application. You can customize what a web application
will get in terms of service applications during the web application’s configuration (or, after a
web application is created by using the Service Connections button on the Web Applications
Management page).
Starting Sandboxed Code Service
The Sandboxed Code service is one of those services that is either on or off. That’s it. To start the
Sandboxed Code service, simply go back to the Services On Server page and click Start for the
service. It will take a moment and then start.
However, there is a trick to running the Sandboxed Code service, and it is this: there is no
configuration surface for it from the Services On Server page, but it does require an account identity to
run with. Because of that, it starts using the farm account. That is not a good idea because it should
have its own account identity to run with, and the Health Analyzer service will quickly generate
an error saying that the farm account shouldn’t be running so many services.
So, how do you ix it?
Go to the Service Accounts page (click Security on the Quick Launch bar, and then click the
Configure Service Accounts link under General Security). This page, shown in Figure 3.40, is
used to check services that are running on the server that require service accounts. It lets you
see what account they are using and change them if necessary. This is the only place you can
change the account for the Sandboxed Code service in Central Administration.
FIGURE 3.40
The Service
Accounts page
On that page are two fields and a box that will display any services the selected service
impacts. In the first field (that doesn’t seem to have a name), select the component you want
to change (in this case, Windows Service – Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Sandboxed Code
service). That will populate the description box with only the name of that service (because no
other service is affected in this case). Finally, the second field, at the bottom of the section, is
where you select the managed account you want to use for the service. By default, it will display
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