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Unable to Start Backup Exec And MS SQL Services and Databases SQL 2005


Unable to Start Backup Exec And MS SQL Services and Databases SQL 2005

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getting the errors below

In Event viewer I have Event ID 17120 SQL Server Could not Spawn FRuncm thread check the sql server error log and the windows event logs for information about possible related problems.



Event id 17826 Could not start the Network Library because of an internal error in the netwpork library. To determine the cause review the errors immediately preceding this one in the error log.



Also Event id 17182 TDSSN1 Client initialization failed with error 0x2,

status code 0x1

I think this link could help me but I do not know
what is the domain login account for the SQL service is in sql 2005.

Please see the link below

http://www.sqlteam.com/forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=163860

I hope someone can help me with this. this broken Backup exec Database has become a nightmare. Two of the sql databases, both the bkup exec one and one called MS SQlserver will not start under services and the local system account or the Administrator account.
I also tried this http://www.sqlserverblogforum.com/tag/could-not-spawn-fruncm-thread/ but it will not work.

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HI

To locate your Sql Server domain account, can you go to run -> type service.msc ?

You will have to check the name column to locate Sqlserver(MSSQLSERVER) service. There you can check the logon column to find out the doamin account for your Sql Server.
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