kirams


I'm getting this error message when I upgraded the SQL Server to install SSIS and other components.

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The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion, you need administrator privileges to be able to start/stop this service. (SQLSAC)

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Program Location:

at Microsoft.SqlSac.MainPanel.ServiceProgressBar.RefreshService()




Re: you need administrator privileges to start/stop this service sqlsac

Phil Brammer


Are you logged into the machine with an account that is in the Administrators group





Re: you need administrator privileges to start/stop this service sqlsac

hitinder

Hi Dear,

I am facing the same issue. And im logged in as Administrator.

I am using SQL 2005. That get installed with VS2005. And im using SQL management Studio tool to configure. Few days back it was working fine. All this started with the Error " Key not valid in Specified state". However that error is corrected now.






Re: you need administrator privileges to start/stop this service sqlsac

FidaaITTech

Hi,

I am facing the same issue so. And im logged in as Administrator.

I am using SQL 2005. That get installed with VS2005. And im using SQL management Studio tool to configure. when i used SQl Server 2005 Surface Area Configuration to run Database Engine service i faced that problem :

the service did not respond to the start or control request in atimely fashion, you need administrator privilages to able to start/stop this service. (SQLSAC)

i need somebody help





Re: you need administrator privileges to start/stop this service sqlsac

Raoshan

The same problem I am facing with SQL-Express 2005, some day ago it was working fine but suddenly its started giving the same error:

The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion, you need administrator privileges to be able to start/stop this service. (SQLSAC)

I have logged in as Administrator, using SQL-Express-2005 and Visual Foxpro 7.0 as Front End tool.






Re: you need administrator privileges to start/stop this service sqlsac

ephrem

I did get the same error message. I did uninstall only Microsoft SQL Server 2005 (use Control Panel ---Add/Remove) and re-installed it & it did work. Note that you don't have to uninstall SQL Server Management Studio Express.





Re: you need administrator privileges to start/stop this service sqlsac

Michael Entin - MSFT

kirams wrote:

I'm getting this error message when I upgraded the SQL Server to install SSIS and other components.

===================================

The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion, you need administrator privileges to be able to start/stop this service. (SQLSAC)

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Program Location:

at Microsoft.SqlSac.MainPanel.ServiceProgressBar.RefreshService()

Do you have SP2 installed

If you have not upgraded to SP2 yet, you might be seeing issue discussed here:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/918644






Re: you need administrator privileges to start/stop this service sqlsac

Ashley07

i have installed SP2, but still getting the same error message while trying to start up SQLServer browse.

Any idea

thanks.





Re: you need administrator privileges to start/stop this service sqlsac

Francis Styck

Same problem as everyone else is describing. Was working great a few days ago. I exported the database to deploy on a website where everything worked fine. I returned a few days later to update the development and now I cannot start the Service.

"The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion, you need administrator privileges to be able to start/stop this service. (SQLSAC)"

I have administrator privileges and I'm the only logged in on this Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 computer.

I thought I would find an answer here but will continue looking on Google. Wish I could charge Microsoft for all the time I have had to figure out what is wrong with my system. Google is making it easier though.