Rpondre avec citation 0 0 16/11/2011,11h37 #12 aminooos Nouveau membre du Club tudiantInscrit enjanvier 2011Messages35Dtails du profilInformations professionnelles :Activit : tudiantInformations forums :Inscription : janvier 2011Messages : 35Points : 32Points32 We've got lots of great SQL Server experts to answer whatever question you can come up with. see this Thanks a lot!

View 5 Replies View Related How To Validate The Parameter Values? can someone please help? Rpondre avec citation 0 0 20/03/2009,12h58 #7 hedgehog Membre habitu Inscrit enavril 2004Messages295Dtails du profilInformations personnelles :Localisation : FranceInformations forums :Inscription : avril 2004Messages : 295Points : 133Points133 MS SQL For each service, specify a valid username, password, anddomain, or specify a built-in system account.The logon account cannot be validated for the service SQL Browser.Doing Action: Validate_ServiceAccountsPerfTime

  1. What would be the best way to go abt doing this?? (I really appreciate any ideas)Appreciate your help...
  2. It seems from what I've read that a single domain account would have something added to make it unique from SQL Server's perspective.
  3. En fait ce nest quun compte rien dautre.
  4. Grateful for any help.
  5. Foreach service, specify a valid username, password, and domain, orspecify a built-in system account.http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink?LinkID=20476&ProdName=Microsoft+SQL+Server&ProdVer=9.00.1399.06&EvtSrc=setup.rll&EvtID=28075&EvtType=sqlca%5cservicedlg.cpp%40Validate_ServiceAccounts%40ServiceAccountValidate%3a%3aVali dateAccount%40x6dab------------------------------&RetryCancel------------------------------However, a quick perusal of the audit log makes clear that theusername and password are correct.
  6. I've changed my accounts all to NETWORK SERVICE, then LOCAL SYSTEM, then a DOMAIN ADMIN...I can't get this to work correctly on this freshly installed server...
  7. For eachservice, specify a valid username, password, and domain, or specify abuilt-in system account.----- ! SQL Server 2005, , .
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During the installation of the Eval.Version while the installation process is configuring the MS SQL Server 2005 the following error message appears: "SQL Server Setup could not validate the service accounts. http://microsoft.public.sqlserver.setup.narkive.com/fe20XJK2/sql-server-setup-could-not-validate-the-service-accounts Images attaches Rpondre avec citation 0 0 22/11/2011,14h51 #19 WOLO Laurent Rdacteur Architecte de base de donnesInscrit enmars 2003Messages2728Dtails du profilInformations personnelles :Sexe : ge : 39Localisation : Congo-BrazzavilleInformations The training material says to use a domain account for the user context of the SQL Server service and the Agent service. DBA in the making Aged Yak Warrior 638 Posts Posted-03/03/2010: 16:54:40 Tap tap...

So the questions areWhen does Validate() get called?Does it get called for every component/task that uses it?Does anyone suspect that what I'm doing here is necassarily a bad thing or not? this content I want to evaluate the Novell Asset Management Software. Bonus: I have this same issue with reporting services and Services for Unix NFS Mapped drives.How can I map a drive with NETWORK SERVICE Credentials so it finds the datasource path? All Forums SQL Server 2005 Forums SQL Server Administration (2005) Run as a Domain user account Reply to Topic Printer Friendly Author Topic DBA in the making Aged Yak Warrior

SQL Server Setup could not validate the service accounts.Either the service accounts have not been provided for all of theservices being installed, or the specified username or password isincorrect. View 3 Replies View Related SQL 2012 :: Service Accounts For Active / Passive Cluster Aug 26, 2014 This is the 1st time we are building a active/passive cluster with 1 | Search MSDN Search all blogs Search this blog Sign in SQL Server Forum Support Team SQL Server Forum Support Team We are a support force in Microsoft SQL Server forums, http://deftmag.com/sql-server/sql-server-2005-could-not-validate-the-service-accounts.html Maybe a query I could run on each server?

Can't this thing just accept whatever I tell it to access like any other program??You would think they would at least keep the standard Open File dialog so we can use If the Activity Directory Service (ADS) is not available currently, so the setup cannot valid the domain accounts you specify. Member : : 505 iljy, , ... 19 10, 00:13[8796096] | Re: SQL Server Setup could not validate the service accounts [new] ceshka_

They all run using various domain accounts as their service logins.

Dcouvrez la FAQ de MS SQL Server. I logged into that machine as the domain administrator, and ran the SQL server 2003 installer. CREATE ROLE db_executorGRANT EXECUTE TO db_executor And then of course assign my user to this role on the database level. I have typed the domain name into the appropriate text box.

Et quels sont les services qui ne s'installent pas ? My question is, isn't by default a local administrator ALSO granted sysadmin in SQL Server? View 4 Replies View Related Service Accounts, Local Admin, And Sysadmin Question! http://deftmag.com/sql-server/sql-server-setup-could-not-validate-the-service-accounts-2005.html View 3 Replies View Related Service Startup User Accounts On A Cluster Aug 14, 1998 i have a sql cluster setup, and need to change the user account that sqlserver starts

Either theservice accounts have not been provided for all of the services beinginstalled, or the specified username or password is incorrect. If the account that it uses has been granted Perform Volume Maintenance tasks on the server, will it use IFI when restoring?