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How to Configure IIS application pool and SQL Servers to using a Group Managed Service Accounts

I developed an application that runs on IIS and queries multiple SQL servers to manage databases. The application uses a local SQL account in each SQL server to communicate with the web app. We want to simplify the account management and make the application more secure using gMSA.

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