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  1. #1
    Amy Guest

    Connection failed when open Server 7


    I was trying to access Tables in my existing
    SQL Server Tables but I could not. I encountered the following error after
    clicking the "+" to expand SQL Server Group:
    Error:

    "The SQL Server is not known to be running. Are you sure you wish to connect?"

    I clicked Yes/No and received error:

    "Connection Failed... Check Registered SQL Server Properties"

    I thought it has to do with my DSN but I checked them and even created the
    new DSN but the error still shows up everytime I try to access the Tables.

    Any help would much appreciated!

    Thank you. Amy-




  2. #2
    Dennis Guest

    Re: Connection failed when open Server 7


    "Amy " <mom0k@netzero.com> wrote:
    >
    >I was trying to access Tables in my existing
    >SQL Server Tables but I could not. I encountered the following error after
    >clicking the "+" to expand SQL Server Group:
    >Error:
    >
    >"The SQL Server is not known to be running. Are you sure you wish to connect?"
    >
    >I clicked Yes/No and received error:
    >
    >"Connection Failed... Check Registered SQL Server Properties"
    >
    >I thought it has to do with my DSN but I checked them and even created the
    >new DSN but the error still shows up everytime I try to access the Tables.
    >
    >Any help would much appreciated!
    >
    >Thank you. Amy-
    >


    You say you clicked Yes/No. You need to click the Yes button to try to connect.
    This sounds like Enterprise Manager. Can you connect to this server using
    other tools? In Enterprise Manager right-click the server name and choose
    Edit SQL Server Registration properties. Make sure you spelled the server
    name correctly and have the correct security selected and entered.

    Dennis

  3. #3
    Soufiane Houri Guest

    Re: Connection failed when open Server 7


    You may need to delete the server registration and re-establish...

    -Sof

    "Dennis" <DennisRehm@AppliedComputing.net> wrote:
    >
    >"Amy " <mom0k@netzero.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>I was trying to access Tables in my existing
    >>SQL Server Tables but I could not. I encountered the following error after
    >>clicking the "+" to expand SQL Server Group:
    >>Error:
    >>
    >>"The SQL Server is not known to be running. Are you sure you wish to connect?"
    >>
    >>I clicked Yes/No and received error:
    >>
    >>"Connection Failed... Check Registered SQL Server Properties"
    >>
    >>I thought it has to do with my DSN but I checked them and even created

    the
    >>new DSN but the error still shows up everytime I try to access the Tables.
    >>
    >>Any help would much appreciated!
    >>
    >>Thank you. Amy-
    >>

    >
    >You say you clicked Yes/No. You need to click the Yes button to try to connect.
    >This sounds like Enterprise Manager. Can you connect to this server using
    >other tools? In Enterprise Manager right-click the server name and choose
    >Edit SQL Server Registration properties. Make sure you spelled the server
    >name correctly and have the correct security selected and entered.
    >
    >Dennis



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