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Setting 'write' rights in Windows 2000

B.SmithB.Smith Posts: 7
edited November 2, 2006 11:35AM in SQL Backup Previous Versions
We're just beginning to install SQL Backup 4.6 in both Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2000 environments. Occasionally, we have been receiving the following error message:

Error saving server settings: Please ensure that the SQL Backup service startup user has 'write' rights to the HKLM\Software\Red Gate\SQL Backup\<Instance name> key.

I have figured out where to set this permission successfully in 2003. Where/how do I set it in 2000?


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