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SQL 2005 maintenance plan owner change


SQL 2005 maintenance plan owner change

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how can i change maintenance plan owner in SQL2005
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The easiest way is to log into SQL Server with the desired account and change the name of the maintenance plan, and then change it back. Open each sub-plan and re-save to update the jobs with the new owner.

You may need to also make a change on at least one task to force an update of the job, but I have found that most of the time that is not needed.

Another option is to update the table directly, but that is a bit more difficult.

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Check out this blog post, shows how to do it:

http://sqlblog.com/blogs/jonathan_kehayias/archive/2009/05/04/dyk-maintenance-plans-have-owners.aspx

Andrew



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More info on this:

http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/295846/job-owner-reverts-to-previous-owner-when-scheduled-maintenance-plan-is-edited
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