Re: Change NT Domain Name with SQL Servers in
Date: Thu, 1 Jul 2004 08:59:33 +0100
one caveat with Service Accounts in general is to make sure that you change
the Service Accounts using Enterprise Manager as opposed to Services.msc
Most of the time you get away with if Service Account is Local Admin - but
if the box has been hardened you can get problems
"Joachim Hofmann" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> the administrators want to change our NT (NT 2000) domain name (no Active
Directory), where we have
> several SQL Servers in.
> Which actions should I do / which pitfalls should I take care of to make
the SQL Severs and their
> accounts, services... run after the change ?
> Thank You
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