Re: Local Admin Rights
Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2004 21:53:09 +0530
Yes, But default the BUILDIN\Administrators will be having 'sysadmin' SQL
Serevr server role.
Obviously you can use this accout to access sql server.
Since this user is powerful it is not safe to provide this Login id to
Developers. So is always advisable to create a group specifically meant for
developers with less privileges.
"JRD" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Quick question...
> Are members of the servers local admins group by default
> members of the sysadmins role??
> If so, does a login account still need to be made on the
> sql server in order for that user to function properly
> within sql?
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