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    Hi, all
    I am trying to create an oracle service on NT with oracle 9i.
    I can create the service, but when I try to start it,
    I get the error: 'Access denied'. I have local admin right to the NT machine I am installing the Oracle 9i software. I have installed the software successfully but can not create the database. Can anybody help me with this? Thanks.

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    After running this comand
    oradim -new -sid testsid -startmode a

    do u see the service started????

    Jr.

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    Thanks for reply.
    No, but when I go to control panel for services, it shows there, if I click start, it says, access denied.
    Thanks.

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    You may need to delete and readd the service.

    oradim -delete -sid testsid

    oradim -new -sid testsid -SRVC OracleServiceTestSid -PFile d:\oracle\ora90\database\pwdtestsid.ora -startmode a

    You may also want to look at the registry local machine\software\oracle

    Look to make sure that the path to the file is correct.

    If all else fails reboot and then see if oracle is running.


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    Thanks.
    Unfortunately, I do not have right to the registry.
    I checked all the services on Service Toobar, I tried to start them, they all give me error: " Access denied", does that mean I should create a user called oracle, like in unix, to install the software? It seems that I do not have enough privileges to do what I need to do.

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    You need to be a member of the administrator group.
    Then you can start the service on the nt machine...
    Tarry Singh
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