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General OLE Error 16386

Posted on 2004-09-20
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Hi all,

I really need help with the SQL Enterprise Manager. I have always been able to connect to all of the Servers. But recently I am not able to connect to a single one of them. Whenever I try to click on a Server I get the message:

“A Connection could not be established to Server X".
Reason: General OLE-Error 16386.
Please Verify SQL Server is running and check your SQL Server registration properties( by right clicking on the server X node) and try again.

I can connect through query analyzer.

Can anyone please help me???

Thanks a lot!
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Question by:bhaskarchalla
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You can try to reinstall the Client Tools from the MSSQL CD, since it looks like your SQL-DMO object got unregistered.
Enterprise Manager uses SQL-DMO OLE objects to communicate to the Server, whereas Query Analyzer doesn't need them and can work without them.
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