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Problems with SQL Server 2000 - 23.Jan.2009 11:40:35 AM   


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i've installed my virtual machine Windows Server 2003 STD edition R2 (SQL1) on VMWARE ESXi 3.5. The Enterprise Manager functions regularly locally. When i try to connect to SQL1 db from an external Enterprise Manager i receive the following error:  "SQL Server does not exist or access denied --- ConnectionOpen (Connect())..".

The network and client configuration is perfect. I think there's a problem on VMEARE host. The packet seems do not pass through the network adapter. If i try to create a connection by enterprise manager from SQL1 to another Sql server all works fine. The only problem is when i want to connect to SQL1 from an external Enterprise manager.

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RE: Problems with SQL Server 2000 - 1.Apr.2009 3:43:03 PM   


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Can you make an RPD connection to the same server that is running SQL ?

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