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System account for MSSQLSERVER service in SQL Server 6.5

Hi,

I changed the login for MSSQLSERVER service for 6.5 box to "This
account" from "system account" and then again changed back to "system
account". Now I cann't connect thru Enterprize Manager to my server.
All my services r running and I can connect to my database thru an
application as before. I cannot re-boot the machine as it is in
production. Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance.

Subodh
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Subodh (sg****@triversity.com) writes:
I changed the login for MSSQLSERVER service for 6.5 box to "This
account" from "system account" and then again changed back to "system
account". Now I cann't connect thru Enterprize Manager to my server.
All my services r running and I can connect to my database thru an
application as before. I cannot re-boot the machine as it is in
production. Any thoughts?


So what is the final state of the MSSQLSERVER service? Your posting is
a little unclear on this point.

What happens when you try to log in through EM?

Can you log in through ISQL/W or command-line ISQL? Have you right-
clicked the server and checked registration details?
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Jul 20 '05 #2

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