Thanks for taking time to reply.
- Despite what the error message says, the user postgres doesn't have
administrator privileges (and I don't see why these would change by retyping
- In Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Manager -> Users ->
postgres I see that postgres is member of the 'Users' group and its password
Maybe I'm missing something obvious here...
>Data: 29/06/2010 2.40
>A: "Igor Neyman"<ineyman(at)perceptron(dot)com>
>Cc: <dario(dot)ber(at)libero(dot)it>, <pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org>
>Ogg: Re: [GENERAL] postgres user password: Log on failure
>On 28/06/10 8:58 PM, Igor Neyman wrote:
>> Log on failure: Only an unprivileged user can start
>> > the server"; Error 1063; Error 1069).
>Error Message shows that services are getting started with Admin Privileges.
>Please use unprivileged user(i.e Non admin user) for starting the services.
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