|25 Mar 2013||#1|
.batch file to restart SQL server
I have a simple but effective way of restarting our SQL server from .bat file. this works from my computer. But from other Windows 7 it doesn't.
It comes up with .<5> access if denied.
I'm guessing it is something to with permissions. I've tried adding the users as administrators, but still not working.Even given them same permissions I have on my laptop and still no luck.
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