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Hi all,

For some reason SQL Server Agent does not show in the object explorer window when I connect to a SQL 2005 server (from a client computer). Not sure why. Our DBAs aren't sure either. If I remote desktop into the server itself, I do see the SQL Server Agent.

Anyone know why this is happening?

Thanks,

James



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B'coz your login doesn't have permissions.

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic536293-146-1.aspx#bm912541

Whats the edition of sql server?
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Hi,

Thanks for your response. We're using Enterprise edition. Do you know the steps we need to take to give permission to my login? I want to be able to speak intelligently to them (our DBAs) when I share how we'd go about doing it.

Thanks!



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Ask them to add your login to msdb database 'sqlagentuserrole' .

To add a user as a member of the 'sqlagentuserrole' , you can execute the following command:

use msdb

EXECUTE sp_addrolemember@rolename = 'sqlagentuserrole' ,@membername = 'username'
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Hello,

Sweet, this is exactly what I was looking for.

Thanks!



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Quick question,

I looked in the msdb database for the role 'sqlagentuserrole' and didn't see it (not sure if I can't see the role due to my rights) even though I could see many other roles in this database. If this role doesn't exist would they need to add the role as well (or does it always exist and I just can't see it due to rights) prior to running the previous statement?

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You won't be able to see it until that statement is executed.
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Great, thanks so much for you help!



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