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Required User Rights for Managing BizTalk Hosts and Host Instances

Administrators who manage BizTalk hosts and host instances must have the required user rights. The user rights required to manage hosts are slightly different from the user rights required to manage host instances.

User rights required to manage hosts

You must have the following user rights to create hosts, modify host properties, and delete hosts:

  • You must be a member of the BizTalk Administrators Windows group. For information about adding users to the BizTalk Administrators group, see Managing the BizTalk Administrators Group.

    Important  In addition to membership in the BizTalk Administrators Windows group, you must have sufficient permissions to access the receive location URI property and the send port URI property for the relevant adapter. For information about permissions required to access the receive location and sent port URI properties, see Connecting Applications Using Native Adapters.

  • You must have the following rights in SQL Server:
    • You must be either a SQL Server administrator, or a member of the db_owner or db_securityadmin SQL Server database roles in the Tracking database, MessageBox databases, and the BAM Primary Import database.
    • You must be a member of the sysadmin SQL Server role in all the computers where there are MessageBox databases, or a member of the db_owner or db_ddladmin SQL Server role for all the MessageBox databases.

User rights required to manage host instances

You must have the following user rights to create host instances, modify host instance properties, start a host instance, stop a host instance, and delete host instances:

  • You must be a member of the BizTalk Administrators Windows group. For information about adding users to the BizTalk Administrators group, see Managing the BizTalk Administrators Group.
  • You must be a Windows administrator on the runtime computer.
  • You must be a SQL Server administrator (a member of the sysadmin SQL Server role) on the SQL Server computer.
  • You must be a member of the db_accessadmin and db_securityadmin SQL Server database roles for the following databases:
    • BizTalkMsgBoxDb (all)
    • BizTalk DTADb
    • BizTalkRuleEngineDb
    • BizTalkMgmtDb
    • BAMPrimaryImport

Caution  Windows administrators on the run-time computer can use the Service Control Manager (SCM) to change the state (started or stopped) of a host instance (NT service). This is not supported. If you use SCM to change the state of a host instance, the state is not updated in WMI, and WMI returns an incorrect host instance state. Use the BizTalk Administration console or WMI script to update host instance account information.

See Also

Managing BizTalk Hosts and Host Instances

Access Control and Data Security

Managing the BizTalk Administrators Group

To download updated BizTalk Server 2004 Help from www.microsoft.com, go to http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=20616.

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