How can I fix this problem

Kartik Tautwar 0 Reputation points
2024-06-01T18:47:44.59+00:00

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  1. MikeyQiaoMSFT-0444 1,255 Reputation points
    2024-06-03T09:02:10.23+00:00

    Hi,Kartik Tautwar

    If you recently changed the password associated with the service account:

    1. Start SQL Server Configuration Manager.
    2. Select SQL Server Services in the left pane.
    3. Right click the service you are trying to start in the right pane and click Properties.
    4. Enter the new Password and Confirm password.

    If the account password has not been changed recently.Change service running account:

    1. Click on the SQL Server Services (on the left)
    2. Double-click on the SQL Server Instance that I wanted to start
    3. Select the Built-in account radio button in the Log On tab and choose Local system from the dropdown menu
    4. Click apply at the bottom, then right click the instance and select Start

    Best Regards,

    Mikey Qiao


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