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Critical Patch KB824105 and SQL Failure

On the re-boot required for critical patch KB824105 MS SQL Server failed to
recgnize the log on for the account it is registered under, and all other
accounts when manually cahnged.

It seems to have completely lost all ability to recognize and logon.

SQL is totally hooped - no ODBC at all at the service doesn't start. At all
because of no recognition of any accounts.

Any suggestions? I've been trying for a while.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Stepehen Cassady (su******************@lopedia.takethisout.com) writes:
On the re-boot required for critical patch KB824105 MS SQL Server failed
to recgnize the log on for the account it is registered under, and all
other accounts when manually cahnged.

It seems to have completely lost all ability to recognize and logon.

SQL is totally hooped - no ODBC at all at the service doesn't start. At
all because of no recognition of any accounts.

Any suggestions? I've been trying for a while.


Sounds more like a Windows issue, than a pure SQL Server issue.

Exactly what error messages do you get?

Have you tried changing the SQL Server service to run under the
Local System account?

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Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP, so****@algonet.se

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