How to Delete Pervasive Users without Administrator Rights
- Article ID#: KB000188
Night auditors may need to use the Pervasive Monitor to delete connections to the database that may be active in order to run RDP utilities and close the day. RDP was requiring the night auditor to have Administrative rights, but this is no longer necessary.
Tasks Requiring Pervasive Administrative Rights
The following section only applies to the server engine. Pervasive.SQL2000i tasks that require administrative-level access at the operating system level and those that do not. Administrative-level rights are required to:
How Pervasive Administrative Rights are Granted
To have administrator-level access you must:
The Pervasive_Admin option is offered so you can grant users administrative rights to the database engine without granting them administrative rights to the operating system where the database engine resides.
Grant User Database Administrator Rights on Windows 2000 Server
NOTE: You must be logged onto the Windows server as a user with administrative rights. Follow these steps to grant a user administrative-level access for each of the supported operating systems.