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SQL1092N "" does not have the authority

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I am getting error
SQL1092N "" does not have the authority to perform the requested command

when performing from a DB2 CLP the following command:

FORCE APPLICATIONS ALL;
BACKUP DATABASE xxxx to C;

I have a local DB Version 9.1, Workgroup Server Edition for Windows running on a Windows XP SP2 machine, which is my development database. I have 2 groups in Windows that were created by DB2, DBUSERS and DBADMN. I am logged on to the computer with a domain name that has administrative authority to my computer and this user has been added to the DBUSER and DBADMN Windows Group.

When I log on the computer as a local ADMIN, the commands work

Any ideas?
Oct 10 '07 #1
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Set the parameter from db2 prompt "update dbm cfg using SYSADM_GROUP <group name>" where group name is the windows group to which your local user and domain user is added (maybe u have win group DB2ADMNS)
then stop and start the instance.

Dušan Lumbar

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I am getting error
SQL1092N "" does not have the authority to perform the requested command

when performing from a DB2 CLP the following command:

FORCE APPLICATIONS ALL;
BACKUP DATABASE xxxx to C;

I have a local DB Version 9.1, Workgroup Server Edition for Windows running on a Windows XP SP2 machine, which is my development database. I have 2 groups in Windows that were created by DB2, DBUSERS and DBADMN. I am logged on to the computer with a domain name that has administrative authority to my computer and this user has been added to the DBUSER and DBADMN Windows Group.

When I log on the computer as a local ADMIN, the commands work

Any ideas?
Mar 12 '08 #2

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