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Unable to log into SQL Server after joining to Domain (issue is resolved, informational question...


Unable to log into SQL Server after joining to Domain (issue is resolved, informational question only!)

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jasona.work
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So I have an SQL Server at home for "playing" with. I recently joined this system to a domain I set as well, and after that, I was unable to log into the SQL.

Some basics:
The SQL Server Service is running under the NT Authority\NetworkService account
It was (and is) running in Windows Authentication mode
I was able to login fine before joining to the domain

After I joined the PC to the domain, I couldn't log in, even when I logged into the server using a local account that had local Admin access, I couldn't log into the SQL, I would get access denied.

Now, I did manage to resolve the problem through the use of the DAC, enabling the SA account, etc.

So, my question is, first:
Why did my local accounts that worked before, lose access?
Second:
How could I have prevented this when I joined the system to the Domain?

Thanks,
Jason A.
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Wait for it....

in rights what is higher, the domain or the local?

"We never plan to Fail, We just fail to plan"Smile
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Thanks. I guess what was throwing me was, I would have expected to still be able to logon to the SQL using one of the existing local Windows users.

Jason
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