Miguel Angel Castaño is a Biztalk Server Adminitrator at AGS-ALPAMA. He manages pre-propduction and production environments with BizTalk Server 2004 and BizTalk Server 2006 servers. Working with several applications, one of this, using the SWIFT Adapter. During the last four years he was unix administrator at the Ya.Com Internet Factory. He is currently finishing his study Businees Management.
Depending on whether your BizTalk environment is multiple-server or stand-alone environment, you can use domain users or local users. If you have a multiple-server configuration, then you must use domain groups and domain accounts. BizTalk Server supports local groups and user accounts only in single-server (standalone) configuration. In this example I will talk about a multiple computer configuration. For more information about which groups are necessary in BizTalk and how to create them, follow this link: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa577661.aspx
The MessageBoxViewer MBV is one of the main tools we have at hand to manage and monitor our BizTalk environments. This tool has been created by Jean-Pierre Auconie, and is currently available in version 11.
First of all, keep this in mind: "If for any reason your BizTalk Environment has to be restored, or there is a massive change that messed up your SSO and you do not have a backup of the Master Secret Key you will have a problem."
So why this warning?