I manage a SQL Server machine (with SQL Server 2000 and 2005 installed) that was first created on an Active Directory domain that we are transitioning away from and are about to shut down. All of my databases have File Owner's from the old domain.
New accounts have been created that have the correct permissions to run the SQL Server services and execute all necessary SQL Server processes. My question is, what benefit is there to updating the associated
File's Owner property on each database?
Do I need to assign a new AD account to each database, or can I leave it as it is since there are already accounts setup that have full admin rights for all of my databases?