ODBC Crash try add a DSN System connection

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  1. kanenses

    kanenses MDL Novice

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    #1 kanenses, Apr 22, 2014
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    I get the following error:

    I get the above error when I try add a DSN system connection to Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Management Studio.

    and:
    I get the error in two different machines one with windows 7 pro 32bits other with 64bits. I have open question at DBA to.

    Please, really need your help. I have open topic at other foruns, but so far no lucky :s

    Thank you,
     
  2. kanenses

    kanenses MDL Novice

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    Please guys any help! I really apprecite :)
     
  3. PhaseDoubt

    PhaseDoubt MDL Expert

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    I don't know ... maybe if you posted everything in the same language?
     
  4. kanenses

    kanenses MDL Novice

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    here is:
    > At 32-Bit machine.

    The 64-bit just crash, no message error. Just crash and close.

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    I have reinstall OS at Windows 7 Pro 64bits. But problem presist.


    Server: SQL Server run in a dedicated machine (Windows Server 2012 Standart Edition - SSD 500GB - 16GB of Ram - Intel Xeon E5620@2.40GHz - 64bits)
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    This appen with computer or not in domain and active directory.
     
  5. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    Did you've opened AND forwarded all required Port's correctly? Pls. keep in mind that you'll need to give to all computers on the same LAN it own fixed IP like 192.168.2.xxx without to have set that, you'll face problems.

    Also check the log files on your server for any more information about those error's!
     
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  6. kanenses

    kanenses MDL Novice

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    Thank you for your answer.
    > Yes all computers have different IP's. I have double check it.

    strange, think that
     
  7. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    And what's with the ports?

    Port forwarding using Sever application is an very important task and need to be done properly! If not, there would be a lot errors! Also, the Windows Server Firewall need to be configured correctly!

    For me, it looks like that you've not done your homework, means configured your LAN and your Server correctly! Or you didn't know how to do that!
     
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  8. kanenses

    kanenses MDL Novice

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    Sorry I explain incorrectly (english is not primary language).

    I mean, strange thing. The fact the SQL DSN System crash with 2 differents windows 7 pro (32-bits and 64-bit)

    Port open is the default TCP 1433 and UDP 1434

    I have open ports at firewall.

    And yes, I'am not expert with SQL, and ask your help :).

    I forget, to tell - exist other 2 computers on the same network, where the connections are done successful and work as expected.
    Both with Windows 7 Professional 32-bit.

    Thank you