I had a problem this morning arriving at work, our SQL server was down. I checked the service and the service was stopped. Then I try to restart it and it doesn't (it gives a 1069 error). After looking a bit it seems it's a logon problem. My configured SQL user cannot log into sql server anymore. So i simply put another user in its place and it works for now.
I got my quick fix with this but I still got a few problem with it. I would like to reconfigure the user I had before. Problem is this server was installed by other people. I tried finding the user in the active directory users but I couldn't find it.
Is it possible this user is hidden some way? Or maybe it's configured as a system user so that it doesn't show where my "normal" users are? I need to change the password for that user so I can log in with it again. The active directory is on the primary domain controller which is a small business server 2003.
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