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I am troubleshooting a slow MS SQL server setup currently, and on entering into the properties of one of the databases (in SQL Server Management Studio -. Database -> Properties -> Files) I notice that the database "Owner" is set to a domain admin account that is currently disabled.

Is this likely to cause any problems?

Is there any reason I should or shouldn't change it to something else?

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  • From what I see, it shouldn't cause any problems. So, I would say you are safe for now. – Net Runner Nov 21 '17 at 19:17
  • What is a "slow MS SQL server setup"? is slow on queries, slow on starting the service, slow on accepting new connections? – Mr Zach Nov 22 '17 at 23:41
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The disabled user shouldn't cause issues but if it's removed from AD sp_helpdb will start throwing an error. Changing the owner takes some testing to make sure you don't break any applications or processes using the database.

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You can change the owner to SA by executing the following command:

exec databasename.dbo.sp_changedbowner 'sa'

  • Thanks Jason, but I wasnt asking how to change it, I was asking IF changing it is advisable. – Digital Lightcraft Nov 22 '17 at 9:32

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