I made the most ridiculous thing. I accidentally disabled both remote logins and database accesses for the Administrator accounts (including the one with Windows Authentication (Administrator account) and
sa account on the production server! Please tell me a way that there is a way to access the server with administrator privileges! 🙁
Is it possible from an installation or some kind of command line etc?
Again, Administrator account IS disabled for SQL Server (but I have remote connection to server, the account itself is working…)
The Administrator account of the SERVER is
AAAAAAdministrator, and the instance is
When I am trying to log in from the remote desktop (on the server itself) with the
AAAAAdministrator account, it says its disabled:
You need to start SQL Server in single-user mode.
The documentation Connect to SQL Server When System Administrators Are Locked Out says:
Start the instance of SQL Server in single-user mode by using either the -m or -f options. Any member of the computer’s local Administrators group can then connect to the instance of SQL Server as a member of the sysadmin fixed server role.
See the page linked above for further considerations and step-by-step instructions.