Login to Net Services Administration

Posted on 2007-07-24
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Last Modified: 2013-12-18
I want to create to edit a listener under the Enterprise Manager. When I click the listener --> Net Service Administration (under the Related Links section). It will ask for Host Login. I have type in the "Adminstrator" with a correct password but couldn't pass through succesfully. Do you have any idea. I install Oracle 10i under Window 2003
Question by:AXISHK
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ID: 19563706
This host user should be a member of ORA_DBA group on the server.

Author Comment

ID: 19563729
Yes, member ORA_DBA has been added to the administrator...

Validation Error
ERROR: Wrong password for user
Host  hkg-test
Oracle Home  C:\oracle\product\10.2.0\db_2
* Username  
* Password  
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you mean you added the administrator user to the ora_dba group
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imran_fast earned 2000 total points
ID: 19563859
Go to Control Panel-->Administrative Tools-->Local Security Policy-->Local Policies-->User Rights Assignment-->U will see in the policy as "Log on as a batch Job-->right click-->Properties-->add user or groups-->give your OS username.
I think this will solve the problem and also use your hostname instead of localhost in your URL.

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