This table includes result codes for BT-UploadLogs PowerShell jobs.
|Result Code||Error||Rollback Possible|
|32||(zip folder) could not be created.||No|
|64||Failed to Zip log files on computer.||No|
|128||Upload failed to contact the server. Please verify the URL (url) is correct and BITS is enabled.||No|
Use the SQL Re-permission Tool to update a SQL Server’s Source AD Windows Authentication Group Login permissions and their associated database users for the Target domain to which the user and group objects have been migrated.
Prior to re-permissioning SQL servers, accounts must be migrated and Mapping Files created.
The Welcome screen appears. Click Next to continue.
The "Ready to Install the Program" screen appears. Click Install to begin the installation.
When the installation completes, the "InstallShield Wizard Completed" message appears. Click Finish to close the wizard.
Launch the SQL Repermission Tool from the Apps screen or the Start menu.
Click on Browse to select the SQL Server instance to be re-permissioned.
Select the SQL server instance from the list and click on OK.
Click on the Connect button. If connection is successful, the Logging message should read “SQL Server Connected” and there should be databases available to pick from in the drop-down list.
Note: If the login information is incorrect, the following error will be received. The credentials to connect to the SQL server instance should be corrected, and then the Connect should be retried.
Once successfully connected to the SQL Server instance, in the drop down select either <ALL> or a specific database that needs to be re-permissioned.
Click on the Generate SQL button. If the Open script in Notepad option is left checked, the results will be displayed when completed.
The Logging information will display the name of the SQL file created in the directory that the application is located.
If the option to open the file in Notepad was not checked, navigate to where the file was saved and right-click and choose Open with Notepad.
The results of the process can be reviewed prior to actually executing it on the SQL Server instance.
When the SQL file has been reviewed, either open the file in SQL Server Management Studio or create a new Query in SQL Server Management Studio and copy/paste the contents of the file into the Query.
Execute the Query and the new target credentials will be created.