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  1. Problem solved.. Instead of using the SQL 2008 R2 Native client on the primary site, i shuld have used the 2008 one.
  2. Hello, I have a problem installing SCCM 2012 on the SQL 2008 R2 cluster. When it goes through the prerequisites, and I specify my SQL server, it connects fine, but when it comes to creating the database on the server it fails, saying that it can’t connect to the server. I tried a different approach and installed a local copy of SQL 2008 R2. SCCM installed fine. I moved the database to the SQL cluster, tried to re-point to use cluster and it failed again. Here is some log from the attempt to re-point to cluster: INFO: SQL Connection succeeded. Connection: clustername.domain MASTER, Type: Unsecure $$<Configuration Manager Setup><04-27-2012 10:32:34.107-60><thread=4056 (0xFD8)> INFO: SQL Server clustername.domain is clustered. $$<Configuration Manager Setup><04-27-2012 10:32:34.193-60><thread=4056 (0xFD8)> *** [08001][-2146893022][Microsoft] SSL Provider: The target principal name is incorrect.~~ $$<Configuration Manager Setup><04-27-2012 10:32:34.202-60><thread=4056 (0xFD8)>*** [08001][-2146893022][Microsoft][sql Server Native Client 10.0]Client unable to establish connection $$<Configuration Manager Setup><04-27-2012 10:32:34.202-60><thread=4056 (0xFD8)> *** Failed to connect to the SQL Server. $$<Configuration Manager Setup><04-27-2012 10:32:34.202-60><thread=4056 (0xFD8)> INFO: SQL Connection failed. Connection: SMS ACCESS, Type: Secure $$<Configuration Manager Setup><04-27-2012 10:32:34.202-60><thread=4056 (0xFD8)> I tried to connect using the ODBC connection, name resolution and it was ok. Then I tried to use IP address instead of the name and I also used domain admin account and the same result. I would appreciate your help.
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