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You cannot publish a map service to ArcGIS Server from ArcGIS Pro. There are no GP tools for that available in Pro and no GUI options for that either. No arcpy functions that either. As you already found out, your options are ArcGIS Online and Portal. A quote from Esri blog post: (Feb 2015) The first release of ArcGIS Pro does not allow you to publish ...
The arcgis server local account does not get created outside of the local machine environment. So if you create the account on srvr a it will not exist on srvr b. You are correct in your workarounds, create same user and password on srvr b or run the utility and change the user to an AD account that is accessible by both machines.
You cannot just copy a content from a webpage to localhost and await that it will work, especially when it's a service. There will be many broken references and ArcGIS JS API will look for content on your localhost that is not there. If you want to play with some map server configuration, you have to install one. If not, there is no need to have the map ...
There currently is an enhancement for this functionality to be introduced to automate the process of updating the license file within the geodatabase prior to expiration: Esri's enhancement ID: ENH-000083167 - Add functionality to warn and update an enterprise geodatabase license before expiration
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