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Source SQL Browser
EventID: 3

The configuration of the AdminConnection\TCP protocol in the SQL instance MICROSOFT##SSEE is not valid.

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Source SQL Browser
EventID: 3
The configuration of the AdminConnection\TCP protocol in the SQL instance SQLEXPRESS is not valid.

I have tried the following:

Enable TCP/IP and Named Pipes using SQL Server Configuration Manager
Enable TCP Dynamic Port
Restart the server, problem persists

I have wss 3.0 and wsus 3.0 installed on this machine and I think these are what these databases are.
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There is a trace flag 7806 that has to be enabled if you wish to use DAC with Express Edition. Run:

DBCC TRACEON(7806, -1)

or start your SQL Server service with -T7806 switch.
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