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Old May 11th, 2006, 03:50 AM
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Default SQL server registration failed

I installed .Net framework 2.0 in a Window 2003 Server and VS2005 in my PC a few days ago (.NET framework 1.1 is still in the server and VS.NET2003 is still in my PC), SQL server 2000 is with web server together. there is no problem to run ASP.net 2.0 application, the application also can query the database in SQL server.
But I encounter a problem that I can't create new SQL server registration from my PC to the above server. the error msg is "SQL Server registration failed. SQL Server does not exist or access denied ConnectionOpen(Connect())"
There is no problem to connect SQL server remotely before I upgraded .net framework to 2.0 and VS.NET2003 to VS2005.
I checked the SQL service (started), TCP/IP(enabled). I also installed SQL server SP4 in the server, but I still encounter the same problem.
Anybody can help? Thanks

Old June 14th, 2006, 01:07 AM
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Hi my friend,

              I saw the same problem. You need to check if the Builtin FireWall in windows is on. if it is on then turn it off and try to register again.

I hope it would work.


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