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SSP Access Denied

I am unable to access Shared Service Provider by Domain Account even i have provided all right  " Manage Analytics, Manage Audiences, Manage User Profiles, Personal Features, Personal Site, Set Permissions " from Shared Services Administration: SPShared > Manage Permissions ->Manage Permissions: Shared Service Rights

but still access denied do i have to do any more changes .

Domain Account is - Farm Admin Group Member
Domain Account - able to access SP Central Page
SSP Admin site  -  is accessible by SP Setup account not other account.
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sandipkharde
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mccarthybriCommented:
try this, use the account ssp admin site account and then goto the SSP, and then add your additional account to the site collections administrators.

site actions, site settings, site collection administrators
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sandipkhardeAuthor Commented:
Hmmmm it seems will work.
I will try on Monday will update same.
Thanks.
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mccarthybriCommented:
sounds good  have a happy new year?  and a great weekend.  
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sandipkhardeAuthor Commented:
After adding domain account not I'm able to access SSP Admin page but except Search Setting I am able to access all SSP feature , any idea why it is happening?
For Search Setting I'm getting  " You are not authorized to view this page " error message , I tried by SPSetup account it is owrking fine.
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mccarthybriCommented:
the search setting should be the moss admina ccount you were using.  I would say try to do the same thing you did with the others as in adding them to the site admins
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Sushanta SahuPrincipal Specialist, Information ManagementCommented:
Its always better to use different service accounts for different activities, so that we run a clean & secure environment without giving unregulated permissions to the service accounts.
Cheers!
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