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SQL DB port access from a TMG server

Posted on 2012-08-21
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Last Modified: 2012-08-25
I just installed TMG2010 on Windows std 2008 64bit Sp2 platform then installed GFI Webmontor as add-on on this. But while I configure SQL Database connection from GFI to SQL server, it shows Name Pipes provide error:40 "Could not open connection to SQL server.

When i checked on SQL server NamedPipe, TCP/IP, Shared Memory are enabled and unable to telnet from TMG server to SQL server.
pls help me to resolve the issue...
Question by:psanjoy

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Darkworld1000 earned 2000 total points
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I just enabled the Named Pipes services as per comment and it is working now.

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