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I am having an issue and its been ongoing with my login until I had the networking delete it and add me back as Domain Admin. I thought everything was fine but now I when I try to look at a SQL job I cannot get into the properties. It keeps bringing me too a new job and not the details of the job Im trying to open. I cannot even create a Maintenance plan. I am sysadmin on the db. Something is wrong. Any help I would apprecate it.
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I came across this issue once. And I just reinstalled SP2 for SQL Server 2005 and it worked. You need to reapply SP2 if it is already applied. And if you do not have SP2 installed, go ahead and install it. That would solve the problem.
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Thanks I will try and let you know...Would I be able to do this while people are working in the db?
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I would suggest you to do it in off peak hours just to make sure you don ot trigger any more severe issues. Good luck. :)
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ok thanks. I will let you know...
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hey bullrider, I dont have any service packs installed. Would I have to install sp1 before I go to sp2? Would you recommend me installing the lastest sp?
Here is my system info
version           product level     Edition
9.00.1399.06  RTM             Standard Edition

Thanks
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No you do not have to install sp1 before sp2 as all SPs include the previous SPs released and the cumulative updates released thereafter by Microsoft unless stated by Microsoft that some updates are not included.

In other words, go directly for SP2

Good luck.
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yeah I read that...Thanks..Probably wont run until the weekend though
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Let me know if you come across any discrepancies and do not forget to mark the question answered if it really answered your question. Wish you good luck in your work. :)
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I wont forget you, promise...
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here's my email, if you ever wanna contact me...

ashu_vicky123@yahoo.com

or ashuvicky123@gmail.com
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Did this work out for you?
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I am gonna give you the points but I cannot run this until next week. I appreciate your help
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Thanks bull rider
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