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Default SQL Server Reg. SQL Server does not exist error

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I've never had this issue before, but I am now. I have SQL Server Installed on a virtual server that's on the company domain. I've been trying to register the server under the default server group, but I get the following error message: SQL Server Registration: SQL Server does not exist or access denied ConnectionOpen(Connect()). I have it using Windows authentication mode. :(Please let me know if there is someone that can help me figure this out.

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I figured it out! I was trying to use SQL Server for an SMS 2003 installation on a Virtual Server. When I first installed SQL Server, I also gave it a named instance, and I found out that SMS 2003 does not work when SQL Server has a named instance. The only it worked was that I uninstalled SQL Server and reinstalled it w/o a named instance and it worked! Hope this helps anybody else having issues with the same thing!

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