Note:If the database component is installed on a domain controller this will be a domain local group, otherwise, it will be a local group. I’ve seen that a lot of costumers just add the Action Account with dbo permissions, simply as a quick and dirty solution. All code samples are provided 'AS IS' without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and/or fitness for a particular Please see KBA 113946. his comment is here
Other recent topics Remote Administration For Windows. Regards Michael Reply Christian says: 6th Nov 2014 at 01:01 Nice article, I am trying to find a SQL script to assign the correct permissions to all SQL servers and Instances Added this account to these three profiles: SQL Server Default Action Account, SQL Server Discovery Account and SQL Server Monitoring Account. VIEW SERVER STATE 3. http://www.systemcentercentral.com/forums-archive/topic/discoversql2012filegroups-js-cannot-login-to-database-why/
This blog does not represent the thoughts, intentions, plans or strategies of my employer. Holman's Guide created by callmejeremyMicrosoft Employeea community for 6 yearsmessage the moderatorsMODERATORScallmejeremyMicrosoft EmployeeastromekConsultantabout moderation team »discussions in /r/scom<>X1 points · 3 comments Recovery for a sql agent windows service2 points · 3 comments Port Monitoring2 points · 3 comments Basic Server Reply Rajeev says: 17th Feb 2015 at 17:51 On my SQL server 2012 installation I do not see this permission you mentioned…. "On all system (model, master etc.) and user databases
What can you do if the customer will not allow you to make this change to their database? In SQL: 1. Grant the user the permissions listed above 3. Cannot open database SOPHOS521 requested by the login.
The Run As Account you are using for SQL either doesn’t exist on the SQL server/instance/database or it doesn’t have sufficient permission. Getsql2014dbfreespace.vbs Cannot Login To Database Home Forum Archives About Subscribe Network Steve Technology Tips and News SCSM error 4001 - Management Group: SCOM-Lab. Determine your database account. read this post here February 26, 2014 at 5:54 pm #219164 Nick AlstonParticipant I have the same issue, and i'm not sure why.
Wednesday, September 30, 2015 1:32 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote For now, NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM is a sysadmin on these clustered SQL instances. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are a. How can I short cut hundreds of clicksThis is an archived post.
Inner exception: Error Number : Error Code : 0 Win32 Facility : 0 Error Description : Call stack:Exception.constructor(Script ‘DiscoverSQL2012FileGroups.js' failed.,Can't close connection. http://networksteve.com/forum/topic.php/SCSM_error_4001_-_Management_Group:_SCOM-Lab._Script:_GetSQL2012/?TopicId=96777&Posts=1 I implemented the low-privilege setup per the SQL management pack. Getsql2012dbfreespace.vbs : Cannot Login To Database Click here to get your free copy of Network Administrator. I have verified every setting on the server multiple times and every time I close the alert, it just reopens after about 30 minutes - 1 hour.
Have seen similar issues at different customer sites. this content Named it SQL with type Windows. 3. Here’s what to do: In Active Directory: 1. Unless else specified, you are using the Action Account.
You could also use the SCOM action account – it gives the same result. Ensure that this Windows account is a member of the Windows security group 'Sophos DB Admins'. All rights reserved. http://culturahq.com/cannot-login/cannot-login-to-nikerunning.html Home Infront University Cloud University Automation University MP University Dynamic Datacenter University Forums Cloud Computing Microsoft Azure Windows Azure Pack Windows Intune Office 365 Desktop & ITSM App-V 2012 Config Manager
What's up with that? What to do [ TOP ] Article appears in the following topics Endpoint Security and Control Endpoint Security and Control > Management Endpoint Security and Control > Management > Enterprise Console Cannot open database SOPHOS540 requested by the login.
You said "Create a group named SQL Servers with Run As Account defined", does this mean create a Group class which is based on System!System.Group? On the Event viewer on one of the problem servers I am getting Error 4201. Cause Clear text password (when UseClearText is 0) or a password that hasn't been obfuscated correctly. The database account does not have sufficient rights to access the database.
The database account does not have sufficient rights to access the database. What was also tricky is the account distribution - we are using "more secure" and fine granular permissions on each database (so we are not using sysadmin) that will be automatically Note: The square brackets are required. Script: DiscoverSQL2012FileGroups.js : Cannot login to database [SERVER.DOMAIN.com][MSSQLSERVER:DATABASE] (And then it cycles through each database in the instance) DatabaseFileGroupDiscovery:MSSQLSERVER : Database File groups for SQL instance ‘MSSQLSERVER' discovers successfully.
Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogleLinkedInPinterestPocketInfront LinkedIn About This Topic This topic contains 19 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by Michael H 2 years, 4 months ago. Wednesday, September 30, 2015 1:40 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote About low privileged SQL monitoring and clustered environment, this may help :http://blogs.technet.com/b/nathangau/archive/2015/04/22/sql-low-privilege-setup-on-clustered-servers.aspx Edited by CyrAz Wednesday, September Providing that the correct databaseexists and thedatabase account is a member of the Windows security group 'Sophos DB Admins', it is likely that the SID of the group in Windows is The login failed Cause There are various causes for this issue.
Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Note: The square brackets are required. Keep in mind that I haven’t changed any permissions to my SCOM Action Account. sqlcmd -E -S .\SOPHOS -d SOPHOS521 -i ResetUserMappings.sql
sqlcmd -E -S .\SOPHOS -d SOPHOSPATCH52 -i ResetUserMappings.sql
sqlcmd -E -S .\SOPHOS -d SOPHOSENC52 -i ResetUserMappings.sql
sqlcmd -E -S .\SOPHOS -d SophosSecurity -i
Check the DatabaseConnectionMS registry key has the correct "Catalog" value. Go to Administration à Accounts and locate the account named SQL Run As Account. All my SQL action accounts have sysadmin permissions to all the databases, and yet for some reason i get this error. Per the latest SQL Server MP Guide, we are configuring our environment to use specific windows accounts for SQL Discovery, Monitoring, and Default Action accounts.