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Get error #5 when using SQL Server SMO in Windows Forms project

Posted on 2015-02-11
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I am trying to get a list of server databases from within my visual studio windows forms project. I am using the following to the a list of available servers and everything works ok:  

Dim dataTable = SmoApplication.EnumAvailableSqlServers(False)
 datServers.ValueMember = "Name"
 datServers.DataSource = dataTable

I am using this code to list all of the databases for the past servers.  It works fine and returns all of the databases for some servers but others I get a connection error.    All of the severs are SQL server 2008 R2  

  Dim server As New Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Server(xServer)
            For Each db As Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Database In server.Databases
                datCombo.Items.Add(db.Name)
            Next


I can figure out why it works for one sever but not the other.

Any help would be appreciated.
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by:ste5an
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Can you connect to the other server in SSMS? Do you have the appropriate permissions?
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by:Mike_Stevens
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permissions on both servers are the same.    

Also, when I an trying to list the databases for a particular server im not using a username or password and it works on one server.
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by:Vitor Montalvão
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Error #5 is Access Denied. Are you sure the user exists in all SQL Server instances? And has the right privileges?
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by:Mike_Stevens
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I understand that Error #5 is an access is denied error.      I am not passing a username or password and the machine that is making the call is part of the domain.
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by:Vitor Montalvão
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Sure. But not passing a SQL user credential should mean that's using current user domain credential and is that user credential that you need to check if exists in all SQL Server instances.
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by:Mike_Stevens
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I am developing this on a Windows 7 laptop using VS2010 that is logged into the same domain and the SQL servers.   Both  of the SQL servers have a login configured that is the same as what I use to log in to the domain with my laptop.
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The errors are always on the same SQL Server instances? If so, can you connect to that instances remotely?
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You've found the issue?
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no.  no solution.  I will keep tinkering with it
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