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I need help with connecting OTRS running on Ubuntu Linux to a MSSQL database running on Windows 2008 Enterprise R2.
Its a new system so no records to import. I just need a new install.
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Found a solution myself.

Seems that otrs does not support linux to windows mssql connection

 # The database DSN for Microsoft SQL Server - only supported if OTRS is
    # installed on Windows as well

So i reinstalled otrs on a windows server and connected it my mssql.

http://wiki.otterhub.org/index.php?title=Installation_on_Win2003_with_Microsoft_SQL_Server
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