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Old 09-07-2006, 06:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am installing BES 4.1.1 at a site with a remote SQL server and according to the installation guide I need to set the following database permissions:

1. Server Administrator
2. Database Creator

After the installation is complete can I drop the database permissions back to Database Owner like you do with BES 4.0?
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Yes, you can drop permission to db_owner.
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Does any BES administrator know how to change or set IT permission on OS 4.1 in NON BES environment? I need INJECTION KEY DENY changed to ALLOW for keyboard operations? Does any one have a standalone permission.XXX file that will download to 7100g series and change permissions?
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Joe: please make a new thread in the future since this has nothing to do with the original thread.

That said go to options --> security --> Application permissions and your application. If you do not have an IT policy you will be able to allow event injection. If you do then you may be out of luck.
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If you do have an IT policy then you will need to configure a special software config with an application policy, with the event injection set to allowed. I did this for a bluetooth keyboard and it worked.

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