SQL Server 2005 / Securityadmin Role / SSMS
Experiencing a little weirdness with SQL Server Management Studio...
Have created a login, that has fixed server role "securityadmin".
The login can create/drop logins, add/remove them as users in
The login can change another login's password, using SQL
from a query window (e.g. alter login bob with password='abc')
However, the login *cannot* change another login's password,
using SSMS GUI (e.g. "Security", "Logins", double-click "Bob",
change password, say "OK"). The error text is:
Change password failed for Login 'Bob'. (Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo)
An exception occurred while executing a Transact-SQL statement or
Cannot alter the login 'Bob', because it does not exist or you do
not have permission.
(Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 15151)
Has anybody else experienced this?
I'm trying to add the securityadmin server role to the sa user but have been unable to due to an error occuring. The error says "Add member failed for server role 'securityadmin'. Cannot use the special principal 'sa' Microsoft SQL Server error 15405."
I assumed that the sa account would already have the required permission to perform most operations on the server but I have been asked to try assiging this server role to sa by a support guy for our third party product.
Has anyone got any ideas why this error is occuring? I have been looking on loads of forums but cannot find anything relevant to me.
Thanks in advance for any help!
Ive been reading over the documentation and some stuff online, but I still dont really understand what the difference is and when you would use one vs the other. Can someone put it in simple terms for this dummy (me) ?
I installed sql server 2005 ent in windows advanced server 2000 in WORKGROUP as default installation process and select all services in local server. At this situation there is no problem in database to load SQL server Managment Studio (SSMS) after logon as Administrator. Then Join the server to the Domain. Logon to server as Domain Administrator and when we try to load SSMS, its take a long time(10 to 15 minitues) to load SSMS and when we try to connect it also take a long time to connect to database and successfully connected. Sratnge behaviour is that after logoff and logon as local Administrator to Local Machine(This computer) it works normally and SSMS load fast & normally and conneted to database also normally fast.
Where is the problem?
Hi every body
I'm developing a web application and i like to use the sql server 2005 role management features istead of developing a role management package in my program, I can do it on my tables and othe database items but I have no idea about using database access rights in my web pages to permit some one viewing or updating a web form... Is there any system table or system stored procedure showing access rights in my data base? or is there another idea to do this??
I have developed a VB6 program which will activate an Application Role to UPDATE and INSERT some tables in SQL Server 2005.
My program will login with a username, say USER and then run with the rights of the Application Role which will SELECT, UPDATE and INSERT the following tables:
1) Table A
2) Table B
3) Table C
The USER login is a restricted user which has only SELECT permission to Table A, B and C.
I encounter a problem in which my program can only UPDATE table B and table C but Table A. I have double checked the settings of Table A, Table B and Table C. Theirs are all same. Fyi, the column which can't be updated is of type "datetime".
Once i grant USER login UPDATE permission to Table A, my program works perfectly in which it can UPDATE all the tables including Table A.
I have tried for almost 2 days but am still clueless. Any ideas?
Thank you so much.
How can I implementing Membership and Role Management on SQL Server 2005 (not Express)? Anyone have any documentation? Are there any scripts to run that will basically set up the same Database schema on SQL Server 2005 that Express uses?
I am having a problem with creating databases in MS SQL 2005 Server. When I attempt to assign an User Mapping for my SQL user account to the newly created database, the "dbo" user and schema is already assigned. When I try to drop this user in favor of my own, I receive an error message: Cannot alter the user "dbo" (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 15150). I am connected to my database engine through the "sa" account.
Is there any limitation for setting password to an approle (like it should be 8 character long, should not start with numbers) ?
If so, what are those limitations ?
Does the same is applicable for sp_setapprole which uses the same password ?
please confirm, for both SQL Server 2000 and 2005 versions.
thanks in advance,
how can create user in reporting server 2005 and assign to role
i convert reporting server to forms authentication
and i want create user from my applection and assign to role
thanks for all
I am very frustrated. Everything works on the local host but when I upload to server I can login to the admin role I created, but when I try to access pages that have role priveleges I get the following error:
The SSE Provider did not find the database file specified in the connection string. At the configured trust level (below High trust level), the SSE provider can not automatically create the database file.
The ASPNETDB.MDF database was uploaded using the Database Publishing Wizard.
In sql server 2000, I created some custom database roles called ProjectLeader and Developer. I would make these roles a member in the fixed database roles so that I would only have to add the user to the ProjectLeader or Developer role once and they would presto-magico have the security I wanted them to have with no unecessary mouse clicking. I'm not sure how to repeat this process in 2005? Management Studio doesn't seem to allow you to add a role as a member in another role. Is there a work around or solution for this?
We are running SQL 2005 Standard on Windows 2000 Server Standard. We are trying to connect via SSMS with the Object Explorer to the server and it is failing with an error message stating:
"An exception occurred while executing a Transact-SQL statement or batch.
Error executing extended stored procedure: Invalid Parameter (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 22001)
Using profiler, I tracked down that it is a call to xp_instance_regread. This is something that SSMS is issuing - not me.
We've found in the past that rebooting the server fixes the problem. But it keeps cropping up. The only thing running on this server is SQL 2005 - so if something is monkeying with the registry - it's got to be SQL Server itself.
Querying works just fine - we can use the editor to perform queries without any issue - it's just explorer that goes kaboom.
We have SP2a installed on the server and on most (if not all) of the clients.
This is getting frustrating because it's a production server and we're having to reboot this to fix it.
When I create a new query window in SSMS 2005 (SP2) , I do not have any available database in de SQL Editor pane. Though in the Object Explorer window below, I can access all objects of all databases. The only way to query a table is by using the 'Open Table' feature in the Object Explorer window, then right-click on Pane-->SQL .
I also can open a stored procedure, but not modify it as the SQL Editor pane is disabled.
The SQL-Editor pane is available for all the other servertypes (Analysis, Reporting, Integration).
All services all started.
I re-installed completely SQL2005 and SP2 : nothing changed.
What am I missing ???
Versions = Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 9.00.3042.00
SQL Developer Edition 2005 (Service Pack 2)
Windows XP Pro 5.1 (build 2600 Service Pack 2)
Any help is welcome !!!
I have installed SQL Server Management Studio 2005 and have beenfinding the equivalent of the Data Transfer Services in SQLServer2000. I think I have worked out that it is in SQL Server IntegrationServices but when I open File-New-Project I do not see the SQL ServerIntegration Services there, though Help assumes that it is availablefor selection when starting a new project..How can I make it visible in the New Project window?I have successfully used the import function so I think this meansthat Inegration Services is there somewhere.I would appreciate some advice,Best wishes, John Morgan
I've created an SSRS report in Visual Studio 2005 which runs fine in the preview. I have a list of server names which when clicked on expands to a list of databases on the chosen server. When I click on a database it then queries a table of information and displays information on that database. The query is something like:
SELECT * FROM MyDB.dbo.DB_info
WHERE ServerName = @ServerName and DBname = @DBname
This works fine in preview mode. When I run it in SQL Management Studio via the Custom Reports menu it only works when the chosen server is the one that contains MyDB. I've run a trace and can see the query being issued when I use preview mode. However, when I run it from SSMS I don't see any query being issued to the database. This seems strange as it does return data in the instance described above and if I put MyDB into single-user mode it then complains that it can't access it so it is obviously trying to communicate with the database but not showing up on the trace. I've selected all events and only put a filter on the database name.
Seeing as all of the information is in the same table it seems odd that they query only works when the server name is the one where the database is held and that the query is not shown up in a trace. I'm running the report under the same credentials too.
I'm completely baffled by this so I'd be very grateful if someone could explain what might be happening here.
Is there any way to use SQL Server Management Studio to manage a 7.0 database? I have a few old databases still in 7.0 and would really like to manage them through SMSS. Am I out of luck?
Can I confirm whether pooling=false in the connection string is still required for SQL Server 2005 (Express Edition)?
Various google searches say pooling has to be turned off for SQL Server 2000, but I was just wondering whether it is still a limitation for SQL Server 2005
I am trying to establish a OLEDB connection for a db2 server from SSMS adn some one tell me the settings. I haver tried different options but failed.
This is my connection string from SSIS
"Data Source=DB2W;User ID=myid;Provider=IBMDADB2.1;Persist Security Info=True;"
Linked Server: DB2W
Provider: IBM OLEDB provider for DB2
Product name: ???
I am attempting to use dbmail from an application that logs in to my database using an application role. Since the application role does not exist outside the database, I created an spSendEmail in the database with "execute as login='mailagent'" in it: I set the database to trustworthy, created a 'mailagent' account and added it to the msdb database with the databasemailuser role rights.
Email works just fine on the server when I use the execute as login='mailagent' to fire off the msdb..sp_send_dbmail. But from the .NET application, I get the error: "Cannot execute as the server principal because the principal 'mailagent' does not exist, this type of principal cannot be impersonated, or you do not have permission." When I run my spSendEmail stored procedure from the calling database, I get the same error.
On a windows 2003 server R2 x64, i had the Framework.net 3.5, Sql Server 2005 express (instance s423553 on NT SERVICENetwork) and Visual Web Developper 2008.
I installed Sql Server Express 2008 Express (install .SQLexpress with the local account sqlserv10). The first time (with the account NTSERVICENetwork), it failed. I uninstalled it and Sql Server Management Studio 2005. The second time, the install end properly. But, can't find SSMS. On a MsSql2008 microsoft page, i've found a link for SSMS 2005. So i installed it.
But, on this server, Sql Server Management Studio Express 2005 does not work with Sql Server 2008. I tried to use the 2008 Instance with Visual Web Developper 2008 but it didn't work (only compatible with sql server 2000, 2005....).
Could you help me please ?
Using Studio, I created a user defined database role but I can not delete it because
"TITLE: Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio
Drop failed for DatabaseRole 'test1'. (Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo)
An exception occurred while executing a Transact-SQL statement or batch. (Microsoft.SqlServer.ConnectionInfo)
The database principal owns a schema in the database, and cannot be dropped. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 15138)
I am quite annoyed because the "owned schema" is db_owner, which can not be unselected. Quite an innovation. How do I drop this relationship?
I'm currently trying to develop an unattended installation of the Client Tools to be distributed to developers workstations.
All is well on 'clean' machines, but the problems arise when an instance of SQL Server Express is already present. The install fails, and the reason isn't clear from the log files.
I know Express installs a couple of the Client Components (like Config Manager), and I believe this is what it blocking me.
Has anyone tried this scenario?
Would I be best to REMOVE the Client_Components first, and then re-install them with SSMS etc.? Or is there a better method?
I have to leave the Express Database instance untouched as I'm not responsible for its installation or maintenance.
I have gone through so many kb articles to understanding the problem, but no luck as yet.
Here is the situation:
I have two dev servers : Server A and Server B. Both are set up in an identical fashion. Windows 2003 sp2, Sql Server 2005 sp1 Developer Edition, both are on the same domain, Both have all the three protocols enabled: Shared Memory, Tcpip, and Named Pipes in that order. I can ping both servers, and telnet using the default port. Both have only default instances. Both use the same domain user account for sql service. Both have the error in the log saying that spn could not be registered so authentication may fall back to NTLM.
Here is the issue: When I try to register Server A specifying tcp-ip connection, I am successful and I can see that the authentication is NTLM - is as expected. since the spn registration did not happen and since the sqlservice account is not a domain admin, the authentication used NTLM over tcp-ip. However, I try to register Server B specifying tcpip, I get a cannot generate sspi context error. Why did the authentication not fall back to NTLM as in Server A? From what I read in the KB articles, I asked our network admin to check up the spn, but he assures me that spn were never manually registered.
Can somebody throw more light on this issue?
My production environment uses a remote catalog configuration. I am following the instructions from SQL Server 2005 Upgrade Technical Resource Guide to do a side by side installation on new servers for Reporting services and the back end database.
After I restore my 2000 ReportServer and REportServertempdb and configure the database connections (see page 222 in the recource guide). An upgrade on this step ALWAYS fails because the role RSExecRole is missing for the master database.
How do I get the upgrade process to work as documented?
Many thanks Ayla
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