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Log in with an admin account to windows 2003 server

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I have a Windows 2003 SQL server. The applications (primarly SQL) are running under a domain admin account.

If I do a "cntrl-alt-delete" and log on with a different domain admin account. Will this interrupt any applications (Like SQL) that were running under the original admin account?.

I just want to make sure...

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Usually, such applications run as Windows services and therefore should not be affected by logging off and on. Or are any apps involved that were started manually or via 'Autostart'? If so, they'll be terminated when logging off.
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