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SQLDIAG fails in SQL Server 2008 Cluster environment.

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

SQLDIAG failing with following errors in SQL Server 2008 cluster environment:

SQLDIAG Error opening Software key . Function result: 2. Message: The system cannot find the file specified.
SQLDIAG Failed to open Software\Microsoft\MSSQLServer key . Function result: 2. Message: The system cannot find the file specified.
SQLDIAG Failed to open Software\Microsoft\MSSQLServer key . Function result: 2. Message: The system cannot find the file specified.
SQLDIAG There are no instances of version 10 on this computer
SQLDIAG Error opening HKLM key . Function result: 53. Message: The network path was not found.
SQLDIAG Error opening HKLM key . Function result: 53. Message: The network path was not found.
SQLDIAG There are no instances of version 10 on this computer
SQLDIAG Error opening HKLM key . Function result: 53. Message: The network path was not found.
SQLDIAG Error opening HKLM key . Function result: 53. Message: The network path was not found.
SQLDIAG There are no instances of version 10 on this computer
SQLDIAG Error opening HKLM key . Function result: 53. Message: The network path was not found.
SQLDIAG Error opening HKLM key . Function result: 53. Message: The network path was not found.
SQLDIAG There are no instances of version 10 on this computer
SQLDIAG . Function result: 87. Message: The p


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