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Access Denied Connecting to Integration Services

Access Denied Connecting to Integration Services

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Everything I've read mentions "if the user is not a local admin" but my domain account IS a local admin on the sql server. My account is also a sysadmin within SQL. I still cannot connect. If I add myself to the DCOM, still get the error, but my local admin should give me that access anyway. I am able to connect on our SQL 2005 box but not on the SQL 2012. The old MsDTsServer properties on the 2005 box don't exist on Win2008.

RE: Access Denied Connecting to Integration Services

Hi,

In SQL 2005 by default all local admins are admins on the SQL box. From SQL 2008+ the local admins are not by default SQL administrators. This could explain why you can connect to one and not the other.

I think this is probably the same for SSIS - but its definitely the case for SQL databases.

Dan

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RE: Access Denied Connecting to Integration Services

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My account IS an admin in SQL 2012. I manually added it during the install. I'm sysadmin. ?

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