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eyechart
Flowing Fount of Yak Knowledge

USA
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Posted - 03/31/2005 :  19:55:59  Show Profile
anyone here brave enough to run it?



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scullee
Posting Yak Master

Australia
103 Posts

Posted - 04/02/2005 :  03:30:09  Show Profile
I just installed it on to one of my test server, doesnt seem to have given me any problems yet. Its only been running for 2 days now though.
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Bustaz Kool
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USA
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Posted - 04/02/2005 :  12:44:40  Show Profile
I loaded it yesterday. Too early to tell but the installation itself when without a hitch and no demons as of yet...

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eyechart
Flowing Fount of Yak Knowledge

USA
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Posted - 04/08/2005 :  19:58:14  Show Profile
saw this on usenet:

http://groups-beta.google.com/group/microsoft.public.sqlserver.connect/browse_thread/thread/5a65a3267940f2b7/349cc8963f888bcd?

quote:

SQL Experts,

1. I have two Windows 2003 Standard Server boxes.
2. Both host MS/SQL Server Standard 2000.
3. Server#2 is linked to Server#1 using SQL/Enterprised Link Server applet.
4. Both servers have Win2k3 Service Pack#1 installed.
5. Both server enable firewall via SCW (Security Config. Wizard). I locked
everything but SQL Server Port (1433).
6. Both use TCP/IP as top (default) network protocol.
7. All Windows XP clients can read/write to and from the two SQL servers
without problem (Windows and SQL Auth. are used).

Problem: Server #2 cannot read data from Server#1 it links to. It said
Sever#1 is not running or access denied. Even if SQL Ports on both boxes are
widely openned. because clients from outside can get to it. Hopwever, if I
disable firewall on Server# 1, then Server# 2 will be able to read data from
#1. I really like the FW in service pack# 1. But if I have to disable it in
order to use "Link Server" (server-to-server) in MS/SQL then this new thing
(FW) in W2k3 is really useless ! Therefore I assume that I am missing
something very important ?



Has anyone else seen a problem like this?



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