In essence, here are the points you need to make sure of: There should not be any alias in SQL server configuration manager.
In addition to changing the account name, SQL Server Configuration Manager performs additional configuration such as updating the Windows local security store which protects the service master key for the Database Engine. Other tools such as the Windows Services Control Manager can change the account name but do not change all the required settings.
Associated settings and permissions are updated to use the new account information when you use Central Administration. Managed Service Accounts, Group Managed Service Accounts, and Virtual Accounts Managed service accounts, group managed service accounts, and virtual accounts are designed to provide crucial applications such as SQL Server with the isolation of their own accounts, while eliminating the need for an administrator to manually administer the Service Principal Name SPN and credentials for these accounts.
These make long term management of service account users, passwords and SPNs much easier. It is assigned to a single member computer for use running a service. The password is managed automatically by the domain controller. When specifying a MSA, leave the password blank.
Because a MSA is assigned to a single computer, it cannot be used on different nodes of a Windows cluster. Windows manages a service account for services running on a group of servers. Active Directory automatically updates the group managed service account password without restarting services.
You can configure SQL Server services to use a group managed service account principal. Servers with Windows Server R2 require KB applied so that the services can log in without disruption immediately after a password change.
Virtual Accounts Virtual accounts beginning with Windows Server R2 and Windows 7 are managed local accounts that provide the following features to simplify service administration.
The virtual account is auto-managed, and the virtual account can access the network in a domain environment.
When specifying a virtual account to start SQL Server, leave the password blank. The following table lists examples of virtual account names. Always run SQL Server services by using the lowest possible user rights. Use a MSA or virtual account when possible. When MSA and virtual accounts are not possible, use a specific low-privilege user account or domain account instead of a shared account for SQL Server services.
Use separate accounts for different SQL Server services.
Do not grant additional permissions to the SQL Server service account or the service groups. Permissions will be granted through group membership or granted directly to a service SID, where a service SID is supported.
Automatic startup In addition to having user accounts, every service has three possible startup states that users can control: Disabled The service is installed but not currently running.
Manual The service is installed, but will start only when another service or application needs its functionality.
Automatic The service is automatically started by the operating system. The startup state is selected during setup. When installing a named instance, the SQL Server Browser service should be set to start automatically. Configuring services during unattended installation The following table shows the SQL Server services that can be configured during installation.
For unattended installations, you can use the switches in a configuration file or at a command prompt.
SQL Server service name.Codename Final name Notes Ref SQLNT SQL Server SQL95 SQL Server Hydra SQL Server Sphinx SQL Server Plato OLAP Services "OLAP Services" was later renamed Microsoft Analysis Services: Shiloh. We track the history of the development builds released for the 19H1 Feature Update for Windows 10 which will be the seventh overall for Microsoft's client operating system.
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These are like local machine accounts, not domain accounts, but you still can't assign them log on as service rights if your server is joined to a domain. SQL Server and MSDE If the database names are fine, check that SYSADMIN is a member of NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM.
If not, add SYSADMIN to SYSTEM, and restart the SQL Server VSS Writer Service. Status. This is a work in progress release of the GnuCOBOL FAQ.
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