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Run As Account does not exist on the target system or does not have enough permissions


Run As Account does not exist on the target system or does not have enough permissions

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dm_tapas
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Hi,

I got the below error couple of the times and Reboot is fixing the issue..
I want to fix it permanently. Do some body have any idea on this...??..

SQL Version : SQL Server 2005 (SP4) -- Standard Edition with Windows server 2003 R2

Error:

[color=]Alert: Run As Account does not exist on the target system or does not have enough permissions[/color]
Source: MSSQLSERVER
Path: BPLBDBDEV01.xxx.com
Last modified by: System
Last modified time: 5/31/2013 9:13:08 AM Alert description: Management Group: xxxManagementGroup. Script: GetSQL2005DBFileGroupFreeSpace.vbs : Cannot login to database [BPLBDBDEV01.xxx.com][MSSQLSERVER:master]
ramyours2003
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Increase the memory settings and add service account in LPIM.
Lowell
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LPIM = Lock Pages In memory?

i had no idea that was a permissions headache, but i found an image!


Lowell

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