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NetBackup™ Web UI Microsoft SQL Server Administrator's Guide
Last Published: 2021-01-05
Product(s): NetBackup (18.104.22.168, 9.0)
- Introducing the NetBackup web user interface
- About NetBackup for SQL Server
- Installation and host configuration
- Monitoring and notifications
- Managing SQL Server discovery and credentials
- About discovery of SQL Server objects
- Managing protection plans for SQL Server
- Create a protection plan to protect SQL Server assets
- Protecting SQL Server
- Restoring SQL Server
- Using instant access with SQL Server
- Prerequisites when you configure an instant access SQL Server database
- Protecting SQL Server with VMware backups
- Create a protection plan to protect SQL Server data with a VMware backup
Configure local security privileges for SQL Server
If you use the optionfor instance or for replica credentials, an account other than Local System requires certain local security privileges. These privileges are necessary since the NetBackup for SQL Server agent logs on as the SQL Server user when it accesses data.
This configuration applies to local security privileges only. For domain-level privileges, contact your domain administrator.
To configure the local security privileges
- Open the Local Security Policy.
- Click Local Policies.
- In the User Rights Assignment, add the account to the following policies:
Impersonate a client after authentication
Replace a process level token
- Restart the SQL Server.
- If the NetBackup Client Service and the NetBackup Legacy Network Service use this account to log on, restart these services.
- (non-VMware backups) For a SQL Server cluster, configure the local security privileges on each node in the cluster. For SQL Server availability groups, configure the services on all replicas where you want to run backups.