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Posted Monday, June 2, 2008 11:38 AM
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Hello,

I've installed one SQL Server Instance in a cluster environment. When i finish, i removed the BUILTin\administrators group a si always do but forgot to add the Cluster Service account and now i'm in troubles. Is there any solution for this situation? HIs it posible to intiate the instance in a 'what ever mode' to add the cluster account in it.

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Take a look at the following blog post:

Disaster Recovery: What to do when the SA account password is lost in SQL Server 2005

Because you're dealing with a cluster, getting SQL Server to come up without the cluster trying to fail it over can be difficult. Take a look at the following thread for some help:

SSC.com Forum Thread: Single user mode in SQL Cluster


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Posted Monday, June 2, 2008 12:28 PM
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Take the sql services offline in cluster admin and start it sql in single user mode from command window to resolve the issue and follow the instruncations in the article Brian mentioned.


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Posted Monday, June 2, 2008 12:32 PM
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Thanks a lot every body, i'm finally fine..........................
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Regards,
JMSM ;)
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