Sharepoint has built-in statistics that are optimized for how Sharepoint works.
For SharePoint 2010 it is not recommended to Auto-Create statistics for any databases. Auto-Update statistics can be enabled for content databases if you are not manually updating statistics and you are experiencing performance issues.
For SharePoint 2013, enabling Auto-Create Statistics and Auto-Update Statistics is NOT supported.
If you need to reset your saved your credentials to access the share folder from your PC you can delete those credentials by opening a command prompt running as administrator.
Then type the command:
rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr
You can then delete the stored credentials used to authenticate the share folder path on your local pc.
You can then try to access that share folder path and it should prompt you for the account user name and password again.
Problem: SSIS Support Developer could not access SSIS packages in SQL Server 2008R2 Instance.
- Type in “Component Services” in search bar
- Open Component Services
- Expand Component Services -> Computers -> My Computer -> DCOM Config
- Scroll down to MsDtsserver100 and right-click Properties
Select the Security tab
Click edit button for Launch and Activation Permissions and add permissions, same for Access Permissions
Next, Right-click My Computer>Manage>Configuration>Local Users & Groups
Look for the Distributed COM Users group and add the account.
Finally, restart the SSIS service