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Pervasive.SQL 9.5 WGE - Error 7011: Insufficient access rights Helpful Member!(2) 

SeisaT (TechnicalUser) (OP)
8 Jun 07 6:39
I have just installed Pervasive.SQL 9.5 WGE on a Windows Server 2003. When creating a database in the Control Centre, I am prompted to enter login details (Username + Password) of the Server. Any login credentials I provide returns the error:

"7011: Insufficient access rights for operation."

I am using the Administrator account but still encounter this problem.

Why does it ask for login information to the Server?

Can anybody help me to resolve this problem.

Helpful Member!(2)  mirtheil (Programmer)
8 Jun 07 7:15
Are you doing this through a Terminal Server / Remote Desktop session?  If so, go to the server console and try it again.

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SeisaT (TechnicalUser) (OP)
8 Jun 07 7:37
Yes, I am doing it through Terminal Services. I will try that, thank you.

mirtheil (Programmer)
8 Jun 07 8:24
Another thing you can do is to set the WTS key in the registry (see;title=Unable%20to%20use%20DTI%20Functionality%20through%20a%20terminal%20session%20to%20a%20Windows%20Terminal%20Server.).  It will allow you to create Database Names through a TS session but will also allow anyone to do it (normally it's an admin level function).  

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SeisaT (TechnicalUser) (OP)
8 Jun 07 10:46
Thanks, Mirtheil. This has worked.

mirtheil (Programmer)
8 Jun 07 10:52
Glad to hear it. Thanks for the star.

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chungfah (TechnicalUser)
31 Jul 07 14:15
I am getting the same error but in the following environment:

1.  Windows 2003 Server Standard SP 2
2.  Pervasive.SQL 9.5 Server
3.  Doing the creation from the server console (not remote) in the Pervasive Control Center.
4.  DBNames Configuration Location is set C:\Windows
5.  Similar error if I try creating the database within the ODBC manager.

Can anyone offer any assitance?  I have read through the forum but not finding a solution.
mirtheil (Programmer)
31 Jul 07 14:59
Next time, I would suggest starting a new thread rather than reviving an old one.  
In regards to you problem, make sure you have Local Administrator rights on the server.  ALso, check the WTS registry setting (as documented previously).  Last thing to check is to make sure that the SYSTEM user has Read/Write rights to DBNAMES.CFG.  

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chungfah (TechnicalUser)
31 Jul 07 15:45
Thanks logging in as Local Administrator did the trick.  I accept your point about starting a new post is noted.

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