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Can not start MSSQL service by normal Windows account


Can not start MSSQL service by normal Windows account

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thang_ngo_2002
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I use Windows account instead of Local System account to start MSSQL service to make more secure. My Windows is stand-alone, not domain system.
It's ok for longtime, but in a beautiful day, after I stop service, I can't start it again, there is error "The MSSQLSERVER service depends on the Net Logon service which failed to start because of the following error: The operation completed successfully", then (I change to Log On by Local System account, it starts OK)
So what's wrong, why I can use Windows account before?
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As local system works it sounds like a permissions issue.

does the local windows account have logon as a service rights?

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Yes, it can run as service, because I use windows account for long time, but now suddenly this issue happens
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It may have lost some of its rights, so check. Have you tried reenabling the account as the logon account via EM, or a server reboot?

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Could you please explain me detail how to "reenabling the account as the logon account via EM"?

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right click server name, select properties, select security tab and amend the startup service account.

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I think this way equals to setup Log On account on screen of Windows services configuration
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no it doesn't, if you do it through EM the account will be assigned all the permissions it needs at the same time. doing it through the services applet does not do that, so you should always assign the service account through EM.

You only got away with it last time because you assigned local admin which has all permissions anyway.

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