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Install SQL Server 2012 issues

I had many issues trying to install SQL Server 2012 on Windows 2012 VM. My first issue was trying to setup Data and Log files on different drives on the server. I was able to get past that issue but now I am getting permission issues. I am an Administrator on the domain, so I should have all permissions to do everything. I log into SQL Server with Windows Authentication and the Database Engine comes up fine but when I try to connect to SSAS or SSIS I get a permission denied error. I looked st the Analysis Services Service and tried to start it and I cannot. It gives me a generic error that says that it stops when its not being used. I have a feeling that during the install I should have done a mixed mode for the logins. I dont really know what to do or what will be the best way to do this but I need FULL access for my login, or create a group, with me in it,  with full permissions to do everything. Can someone simplify this for me? I can uninstall and re install if I need to so any help would really help me out big time....
Thanks everyone
John
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R. Toby RichardsCommented:
You do need mixed mode login for this. If, after re-installing with mixed  mode your domain account doesn't have the access that you need, then login as "sa", and grant yourself or your group whatever permissions you wish.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
integration services require  that you are a LOCAL admin on the machine
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R. Toby RichardsCommented:
Domain Admins are automatically local admins... unless the machine is not in the domain.
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jknj72Author Commented:
I have admin privs on everything. I had a problem with my install and because it is a VM setup he had to fix a setting that would allow me the access. Now I am having similar issues because if Im admin and my login in SQL, using Windows Authentication, I set myself up with sa permissions and the ability to do anything I need but somehow I cant run certain things. Would the system Services accounts have to be setup to run? Would I need to configure      
NT Service\MSSQLServerOLAPService account(or any of them for that matter) for it to run the service?
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R. Toby RichardsCommented:
Just set the services to automatic. After that, you may have to log into SSAS and SSIS with sa to give yourself rights to those modules as well.
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jknj72Author Commented:
Im not sure how to login as sa because im using windows auth and didnt install in mixed mode. Is this something I would do? I am able to start the Analysis service if I do it with local instead of network service(?) Also, I gave my login  every permission that sa has but I wanna get this right so let me know what you think I should do
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jknj72Author Commented:
and the service is set to auto its just the logon that I am questioning
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R. Toby RichardsCommented:
Yeah. You really should re-install with mixed mode.
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jknj72Author Commented:
ok Im uninstalling now. I will let you know when I get to that point
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jknj72Author Commented:
ok well I installed it in Mixed mode and created an sa password and looged into SQL Server with sa and everything works...The OLAP service started without a hitch too so I think Im on my way here. Thanks Toby
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jknj72Author Commented:
thanks
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