Re: Minimum rights for SQL Agent
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2004 12:01:36 -0500
There are a large number of bad side effects if the SQL service account is
NOT a member of the local administrators group on a server. It needs to be
a domain account so you can access domain resources, but not necessarily a
domain admin. If the box is dedicated to SQL, then there is really no
seciruty risk. If not, then you are in for more problems anyway.
Geoff N. Hiten
Microsoft SQL Server MVP
Senior Database Administrator
I support the Professional Association for SQL Server
"Bruce Rhoades" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Here is a problem:
> SQL 2000 servers on Win 2000 servers in NT4 Domain
> Security restrictions exclude Everyone group from all the shares and
> The SQL agent and SQL Server service accounts should NOT be Local or
> Administrative privileges.
> What are the minimum rights and registry access required for these
> in order to operate?
> Any help is greatly appreciated.
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