SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 14517 to Error: 14536
Error: 14517, Severity: 16, A proxy account is not allowed for a Transact-SQL subsystem.
Error: 14518, Severity: 16, Cannot delete proxy (%d). It is used by at least one jobstep. Change this proxy for all jobsteps by calling sp_reassign_proxy.
Error: 14519, Severity: 16, Only one of @login_name, @fixed_server_role, or @msdb_role should be specified.
Error: 14520, Severity: 16, %s is not a valid SQL Server standard login, Windows NT user, Windows NT group, or msdb database role.
Error: 14521, Severity: 16, %s is not a valid SQL Server fixed server role, Windows NT user, or Windows NT group.
Error: 14522, Severity: 16, ‘”%s” is not a valid role of an msdb database, Windows NT user, or Windows NT group.
Error: 14523, Severity: 16, %s has not been granted permission to use proxy “%s”.
Error: 14524, Severity: 16, Supply either %s or %s.
Error: 14525, Severity: 16, Only members of sysadmin role are allowed to update or delete jobs owned by a different login.
Error: 14526, Severity: 16, The specified category “%s” does not exist for category class “%s”.
Error: 14527, Severity: 16, Job “%s” cannot be used by an alert. It should first be associated with a server by calling sp_add_jobserver.
Error: 14528, Severity: 16, Job “%s” has no steps defined.
Error: 14529, Severity: 16, Proxy “%s” is not a valid Windows user.
Error: 14530, Severity: 16, The Transact-SQL subsystem cannot be executed under the context of a proxy account.
Error: 14531, Severity: 16, Permission to access proxy already granted. Verify current permissions assignments.
Error: 14532, Severity: 16, Supply both %s and %s, or none of them.
Error: 14533, Severity: 16, Use either a proxy or user_domain, user_name, or user_password parameter.
Error: 14534, Severity: 16, All user_domain, user_name, and user_password parameters should be defined.
Error: 14535, Severity: 16, The user_domain, user_name, and user_password parameters can be specified only for replication subsystems.
Error: 14536, Severity: 16, Only members of the sysadmin role can specify a “%s” parameter.
This is applicable on below versions of SQL Server
SQL Server 2005
SQL Server 2008 R2
SQL Server 2012
SQL Server 2014
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