miniDBA server permissions

Once installed the service logon account should be set to something other than "Local System Account". Although this account will normally allow the service to run it is more convinient to use a network account that has sufficient permissions on the SQL Servers that will be monitored, so Windows credentials can be used to connect to all SQL Servers.
miniDBA Server logon
The above screenshot shows the logon being set to "Local System Account" which normally has enough permissions locally to access all the resources it needs to.
It is recommended that you use an existing or create a new network account that has permissions to access files on the local server and also the correct permissions on the SQL Servers that will be accessed.

The VIEW SERVER STATE permission is the minimum that the network account should be granted on each SQL Server to allow miniDBA to monitor it.

Databases will only be visible to miniDBA if the login being used by miniDBA has VIEW DATABASE STATE permission for each database.
miniDBA cannot tell you this information if it does not have VIEW DATABASE STATE so run this query to see which databases the current login has the permission for:

    DECLARE @sql varchar(2000)
    DECLARE @db varchar(200)
    DECLARE @dbs3 table(name varchar(200))
    CREATE TABLE [#perms_{1}] (db varchar(200), [perm] varchar(100))
    INSERT @dbs3 (name) select name from sys.sysdatabases WHERE ISNULL(HAS_DBACCESS ([Name]),0)=1

    SET @db = (select top(1) name from @dbs3  )
    print @db
    WHILE @db is not null
    set @sql = 'use [' + @db + ']
    INSERT [#perms_{1}] SELECT db_name(), permission_name FROM fn_my_permissions(NULL, ''DATABASE'')'


    delete top (1) from @dbs3
    set @db = (select top(1) name from @dbs3)
    SELECT * FROM [#perms_{1}]

    DROP TABLE [#perms_{1}]

See the trouble shooting page if you have any issues or go to getting started for your next steps.