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Sql Server 2000 error after Win2k dcpromo

Posted on 2007-04-10
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Hi, i was running Sql Server 2000 in a W2k standalone server, today i have promoted the server to be a domain controler, after that, Sql Server 2000 can not run, please advice me on this.
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by:MOA81
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can you check the SQL Engine service under services

is it automatic or manual

if manual
can u start the server


any other signs that you can provides for more details
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by:EBatista
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Hi Moa81, this is weird, i do it and it says that no errors were returned but the services cannot be started.
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Dear EBatista
ok then on the same service; can you check the user dedicated to the service.

then go to start and Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Service Manager and start the Server

does it start from there

any error?

can you access any database through any ODBC or something

I mean we need to see more signs so we can judge the problem
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by:EBatista
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i double checked the user, it is a domain user account, even i reset the password.
Cant start the server using SQL Server 2000 Service Manager neither.
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by:EBatista
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I setup Sql to run with LocalSystem account, and it work, however, i dont want it to run with it. any advice?
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