Re: notification service access
I would point you to another newsgroup.
You'll get better responses there.
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On Thu, 8 Dec 2005 22:07:02 -0800, Wendy Elizabeth
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>I am basically new to sql server 2000 within the last 6 months. At my small
>company, I was told that they want me to sent out alerts for reasons like a
>database has reached 80% of its maximum capacity. I am suppose to setup
>backup and restore procedures.
> To do this work using enterprise manager, it looks like only the "SA" has
>access to scheduling jobs and setting up alerts.
> When I took a sql server 2000 programming class, I believe you were told
>to try to setup roles as DDLADMIN. Will DDL Admin allow me the kind of access
>I want to see? If so, eneterprise manager what are the check boxes for the
>DDLADmin role?If not, what other roles in addition to SA will allow me to
>have this level of access