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I cannot take full backup of sql server 2005 database because there are permission


I cannot take full backup of sql server 2005 database because there are permission

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ahmed_elbarbary.2010
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I have sql server 2005 connected to dynamic navision i try to take full backup today from sql but it display it doesnot have any permission to create backup and also i dont have sa user password and i cannot see data and i dont have any permission to create another user have admin rights and i canot see tables and data in database.last full backup 12/02/2010 and when i open navision it display data until today(06/08/2012 ) how i take full back up to sql database until today 06/08/2012 although there are permission in database sql server 2005 that display data in navision

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Do you not know of anyone who has access to the SQL server as a db_owner of the database in question or db_backupoperator in the database in question, or a SysAdmin?

If not, you will need to start SQL in single user mode, and create an account which has SA rights, then you can do what you need to do.



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Hi Ahmed,

Assuming the issue is with a single database,
Please ask the DBA to add your login to db_backupoperator role which is existed on the database.

Thanks,
Mohammed
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