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Hi Experts,

I recently started to get the SQL server service manager icon on my taskbar with a status of \\not connected

anybody have anything to share on this? ive not noticed it before and no changes have taken place recently.

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Question by:TrickyIreland
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Please make sure that you have applied the patch from http://support.microsoft.com/kb/829358

To stop the icon from displaying in your system tray, click START > All Programs > Startup, and delete the SQL Service Manager.

Then, right click the icon in the system tray and select Exit.  

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