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Posted on 2006-06-29
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MS Windows 2k
MS SQL Server 2k
localhost

I'm a developer and am having difficulty getting my fresh install of MS SQL Server running on the client's machine for a test environment.  

When I try to start the SQL Server I get the message:

An Error 1722 (the RPC server is unavailable) occurred while performing this service operation on MSSSQL Server Service.

I've got Network File & Printer share on.  What else can I check?

Rick
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what sql server edition - service pack?
same for OS?
what  "service operation on MSSSQL Server Service. " are you  performing?
can you post EventViewer error?

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ok:

Make sure the RPC (Remote Procedure Call) service is started
They should be automatic.

check MSSQLserver service - login account- if it is not local system account .

Did you restart the box after the install ?
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I'm trying to start the server in Enterprise Manager

Nothing is logged in the Event Viewer.

Win 2k sp5 for the server
MS SQL Server - out of the box

The customer's development machine I'm working on is not connected to the internet (they have a fully isolated intranet).  
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by:rhkennerly
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Make sure the RPC (Remote Procedure Call) service is started
They should be automatic. - done

check MSSQLserver service - login account- if it is not local system account  - running localhost

Did you restart the box after the install ? - yes
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?check MSSQLserver service - login account- if it is not local system account  - running localhost?

So if you go (start-> run-> %SystemRoot%\system32\services.msc /s)
you see in login account info for the MSSQLserver service- user name\password some local user account - that has what rights on the box? Is it member of local admin group?


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so - what was it?
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Couldn't figure it out.  Didn't have time to fool with it.  Grabbed another machine and carried on from scratch.
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and there is not problem on another machine.
Hmm- probably some problem with old box not directly related to sql server (fraimware, HDD, etc.)
It happens sometime

--Just Microsoft Pay-Per-Call or\and HW vendor can probaly help in such situation
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