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SSL sql server permission

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 08, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 
I am attempting to setup SSL with SQL Server 2005. I do not wish to have the domain account that is running the SQL Server Service be an administrator.  What rights/permissions does this account require in order to start sql server with an SSL certificate? I have tried putting the certificate in the local store but you need to be an admin to see it there.  If I put the certificate in SQL Server Service account's personal store, I can't start sql server. "The server could not load the certificate it needs to initiate an SSL connection. It returned the following error: 0x8009030d. Check certificates to make sure they are valid." Is the error I get. Thank you for your help.


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