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Removing SysAdmin role for login


Removing SysAdmin role for login

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Arul Manoj
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Hi,

I have a SQL account with the name SCBAdmin with SysAdmin role. Now i want remove the SysAdmin role for this SCBAdmin login using SQL scripts.
Please any one help me with this.

Also how to change the owner of the SQL jobs.

I am using SQL 2005 with SP2.

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Simply use sp_dropsrvrolemember to remove any login from a serverrole like sysadmin.
EXEC sp_dropsrvrolemember 'yourLogin', 'sysadmin'

With sp_update_Job you can change the owner of a job.

Markus Bohse
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