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hi,

while enabling xp_cmdshell from value 0 to 1 we are getting the following error when we try to reconfigure it the error is-

'Address Windowing Extensions (AWE) requires the 'lock pages in memory' privilege which is not currently present in the access token of the process.'

please help me resolve this error.

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I'm pretty sure you didn't change only xp_cmdshell from 0 to 1, but you (or somebody else before you) changed AWE from 0 to 1.
In order to use AWE, you need to grant the lock pages in memory privilege to the SQL Server service user account.
Is this a 32 bit instance?
Do you really want to turn AWE on?
If so, grant the privilege and cycle the instance.
If not, set AWE back to 0 and forget about it.

Hope this helps
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Please check that u r having enough memory(Physical) at server.

see below links



http://blog.sqlauthority.com/2009/03/20/sql-server-awe-address-windowing-extensions-explained-in-simple-words/
http://www.modhul.com/2007/11/08/using-address-windowing-extensions-awe-with-sql-server/
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ya it's a 32 bit instance.
I have also enabled AWE from 0 to 1
After disabling AWE the query is working fine now...

Thanks for ur reply.
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I'm glad you sorted it out.
However, if it is a 32 bit server, you won't be able to use more than 3 GB of RAM without AWE enabled. Is that ok for you?

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