In one of my SQL2008 DB. the user dbo is wrongly mapped to the windows account. Now i want to remmove that.
Currently it is like:
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Full reported error
StdOut -2068578304: The following error occurred:
The Windows account doman\user does not exist and cannot be provisioned as a SQL system administrator
Error result: -2068578304
Result facility code: 1204
Result error code: 0
domain/user is a domain administrator and also a local administrator and is the currently logged in user. This failure is happening as part of A Citrix XenApp 6.0 configuration which was started as an Administrator
A Google search for
"The Windows account" "does not exist and cannot be provisioned as a SQL system administrator"
Came up with absolutely nothing.
A Google search for -2068578304 failed to find anything, which did not surprise me.
-2068578304 translates into hex as 84B40000.
A Google search for 84B40000
Comes up with a fair few different textual descriptions with the same error code, which I am wading through.
Any help would be welcome. I am also asking my friends at Citrix.
With thanks in advance.
We have a WCF windows service. We install this service with service account say e.g. WCF_ServiceAcc
When we start the service a tmp file gets created under the service account.
Sometimes this files grows bigger and the service stops working.
Do let us know why this is happening?
Hi All, I have a windows service running on Windows 2008 server, when I set the service to log on as Local System account, it works fine and does the ssl certificate authentication.
Where as when I change the service to log on to a different account it fails with the authentication error.
Could some one please help me here.
Referring to this tutorial: http://www.asp.net/webmatrix/tutorials/download-and-install-an-asp-net-application
I selected umbraco cms and got this wizard:
I already have Standard Sql Server 2005 on my machine which I wanted to us for above DB and not SqlExpress.
I did not remember "sa" account pwd nor I use explicitly any account to connect to my Sqlserver. I use Windows Authentication account i.e implicit authentication. So I created new account and gave all rights and used it in the above wizard and was able to install the database after some struggle.
My question is: What if I want to use my Windows Account to install the database above? Why the wizard don't have any option to use Windows Integrated Authentication?
Note: I can create the DB with external user I created, just looking specifics for using Windows Authentication for above installation.
I have been looking everywhere online regarding this, but have not found a clear answer.
I have an ASP.Net app running on Windows Server 2008, it's basically a reporting app using Crystal Reports. I have encountered a roadblock in regards to rendering some pages. When I run the app in Visual Studio(on the same 2008 machine) everything works perfectly. Yet when I publish it and run it live the reports will not display correctly, I get a message saying Failed to render page.
I looked this error up in the Crystal Reports website and the fixes they have there refer to giving the windows "aspnet" user full access rights to certain folders on the machine. I would be happy to do this, however there is no aspnet user in Windows Server 2008.
I installed the server and set its role to be Web Server. I also checked all the options regarding ASP.Net and IIS 6 compatibility. Yet there is no ASPNET username anywhere.
Did I set the server up wrong? or do I have to do something within ASP.Net to create this user and then give it rights?
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i'm using sql server 2005, sql server business intelligence development studio for my reports and deploy them in my wss3.0 site.
what i'm trying to do is i'm trying to restrict wich users can see specific data within a report.
now, the thing is. the report gets the data out of my DB1 database and my windows authenticated user are in the WSS_content database.
when i deploy my report in my wss3 site. it gets the user that is loged in. but of course it does not display any data because the tables are not in the same database.
does someone knows how to do this?
I need to create individual account for a big group of people (around 200) from an Excel spreadsheet. What is the best practice? It will take too much time to create account using web form. I think there must be a way to do it. Please advice. I tried to use Stored procedures created by ASP.NET. NOT SURE whether it is a good idea.
I'm having this problem for quite sometime now. I'm using SQL Express for my DB.
First i thought it's because of Web Server 2003 so i migrated to 2008 but it did'nt solve the problem.
Some of my users suddenly cannot login anymore not All were affected and almost same user
encounter account corruption. My solution right now is to delete their account and create a new one.
I dont know if it's how they use the web service or something wrong with the browser.
My plan right now is to create a new "ASPNETDB" if i cant find any solution.
Hope some can asist me if in case you have already encountered this. Also thought that maybe
because i'm using SQL Express MS intended to do this to force me to buy licensed version.
BTW, normally i only have 20 users accessing Web at the same time.
Thank you for advance.
I created a widows service for mail schedule with c#.net and sql server 2005 and it is working fine for past one year.
now sometimes i am getting the "System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException:
Login failed for user '<UserName>'. Reason: The account is
then i restarted the windows service manually and working.
what is the problem in my sql server connection and how to fix that issue?