RE: Full Access Administration Stan Rogers 29.Oct.12 06:32 AM a Web browser Applications Development 7.0.3 FP1Windows XP
No. Full Access Administration needs to be deliberately set through the Administrator client. Keep in mind that agents, etc., can run with credentials/permissions that the actual user who invokes them doesn't have, and that Full Access Admin is server-wide and affects more than just ACLs—it's a dangerous toy to leave lying around.
Since getting to and changing the ACL through the Administrator client is about a five-click process (and no non-admins should have manager access to databases, so this shouldn't be something you need to do often), it's not necessary either (for any meaningful definition of the word "necessary").