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Thread DBISAM v3.24 with Window 2003 SP2
Thu, May 15 2008 12:50 AMPermanent Link

Sachith Gunawardane
Hi Tim,

We are currently use DBISAM V3.24. I canít start DBISAM server (service) in Windows 2003 with SP2. Any ideas?

Regards,
Sachith
Thu, May 15 2008 1:35 AMPermanent Link

Sachith Gunawardane
Sachith Gunawardane <sachithg79@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Tim,

We are currently use DBISAM V3.24. I canít start DBISAM server (service) in Windows 2003 with SP2. Any ideas?
Its gives me Access is denied error message when I try to start service with Local System Account

Regards,
Sachith
Thu, May 15 2008 12:54 PMPermanent Link

Fernando Dias

Team Elevate Team Elevate

Sachith,

I don't have v3 installed any more, so I can't test, but are you sure
that "system" account has permissions to read and write in the directory
where the server is AND the directory the server uses for temporary files?

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Fernando Dias
[Team Elevate]
Mon, May 26 2008 10:43 AMPermanent Link

Sachith Gunawardane

Hi Fernando,

Local System Account is system account which have all the rights do what ever within that machine. Its not something I have created. We have
registered and start DBISAM Service in Window Server 2003 without an issue. But latest SP2 upgrade to server does not allow me to start
DBISAM Server.

If I try to start with user account I have created with administrator rights, system allow me.

Thank you,
Regards,
Sachith
Mon, May 26 2008 11:24 AMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Sachith,

<< Local System Account is system account which have all the rights do what
ever within that machine. Its not something I have created. We have
registered and start DBISAM Service in Window Server 2003 without an issue.
But latest SP2 upgrade to server does not allow me to start DBISAM Server.>>

You should try un-registering the service and then re-registering it.  The
SP2 upgrade may have hosed up some things or changed the security tokens in
a way that causes the service startup to fail.

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Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com

Tue, Jun 24 2008 7:15 AMPermanent Link

Sachith Gunawardane
Tim

<<You should try un-registering the service and then re-registering it.  The
SP2 upgrade may have hosed up some things or changed the security tokens in
a way that causes the service startup to fail.>>

I installed DBISAM server after the server was build with SP2

Regards,
Sachith
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