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Found 4 results

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  2. Hi all As Title suggests I have configured a DAG (High on availability group) and which has 2 secondary DB. Can Some one help me to find out that 1) Read requests are served by secondary 2) Which request is routed to which secondary. Any help on this is greatly appreciated Thanks and Regards vaibhav
  3. Hello, I'm getting this erro when inatslling SCCM12 with SQL 2008 Ent. Setup is unable to connect to SQL Server with the connection information provided. Verify the following: The SQL server and instance names are entered correctly -- I have specified the server name and instance name (full dns name and instance name) The specified SQL server instance is not configured to use dynamic ports -- I have checked the firewall and it's not (excepts i'm checking wroing place) If a firewall is enabled on the SQL Server, inbound rukes exist to allow connections to the correct ports
  4. Is it possible or is there a way to install SCOM 2007 SP1 with SQL 2008 If there is, can someone please show/tell me how/where I can find guidance Thanks
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