I need to configure my servers and SQL Server to allow incoming connections to access the database remotly. I am running Windows Server 2008 Standard.
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SQL Server 2005 SP3 32bit serverConnecting to an Oracle 10g serverLoaded OracleClient 10g I'm able to ping the Oracle Server, and ODBC connect and able to run an open query with a single remote user id.Issue: When I use the security context "Be made using this security context" it connects.When I choose the "Not Be Made" WITH THE SAME USER ID & PASSWORD, I get the mapping error.
In the <SafeControls> section of the Web.config file, add the following line under the other SafeControl Assembly entries (as a single line):
I have one server which has OS Windows 2003 Server I have installed SQL Server 2005 Express Edition in that I have connect my Internet with this pc directly with Live ID.
But when i try to connect SQL server from internet it give me bellow mention error.
TITLE: Connect to Server
Cannot connect to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx\SQLEXPRESS.
A network-related or instance-specific error occurred while establishing a connection to SQL Server. The server was not found or was not accessible. Verify that the instance name is correct and that SQL Server is configured to allow remote connections. (provider: SQL Network Interfaces, error: 26 - Error Locating Server/Instance Specified) (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: -1)
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I am trying to upload a file via the ftpwebrequest object. I have downloaded a sample routine showing how to use the ftpwebrequest object that seems to be pretty popular on the web. However, I am not having much luck getting past this error msg. Anyway, I have posted the routine where I am getting the error.
The scenario is that I have a console application that passes 6 command line parameters to the app. Currently, all 6 parameters are supplied and working fine. I have highlighted in bold black what the pTargetDestination variable contains.
since last Friday I'm fighting with an issue, which drives me crazy. I tried all the hints I found, but nothing worked. Now I address the community with a hope, that anyone can help me.
So, here is my situation: I have dedicated database server (server'S OS is Windows Server 2008, DBs are (1) SQL Server 2008 SE with all BI components, named instance and (2) SQL Server Express Edition, installed together with VS 2008), joined to our company's
domain. My laptop is also in this domain. When I try to connect to the named instance of SSAS on that server from my laptop using SSMS or BIDS, connection fails. When I connect to SSAS on the server itself, it works.
What I did on Friday:
1) I opened all "SQL-server"-related ports in the server's firewall (including UDP port 1434 and TCP port 2382);
2) I tested UDP port with telnet (telnet <IP-address of the host> 1434) - ne response, neither localy nor remote;
3) portqry2 gives following output:
C:\PortQryV2>PortQry.exe -n <IP-address> -p UDP -e 1434
Querying target system called:
Attempting to resolve IP address to a name...
Failed to resolve IP address to name
UDP port 1434 (ms-sql-m service): LISTENING or FILTERED
Sending SQL Server q
Im trying to deploy a web application project (VS 2010) via team build (TFS 2010), i got to use IIS settings of development server for deployment. So from the project properties I configured the web projects to use Custom web server, (enabled radio button), once i do this the Option in the tab Package/Publish Web "Include all IIS Settings as configured in IIS manager" gets disabled and as a result the deployed web project does not have this IIS settings.
What am I missing here, Im not using the option "Use local IIS Web Server" because the build happens in a build server and would try to take local IIS settings for packaging which is not present.
If this is not possible, suggest me any workaround. Any help on this is greatly appreciated.
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