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Posted Thursday, July 11, 2013 7:03 AM
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I checked in windows\system32 and i only have 1 .msc for sqlservermanager10 - when i open this it is the version i was looking at earlier. Version details : Version: 2009.0100.1600.01
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Try changing the password in config mgr to something new, then back again.
Then review the logs for any errors if this doesn't fix things up.
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I am not able to change the password in SQL config manager... When i access it from SQL server management studio it opens without asking for a password or credentials?
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acraddock (7/12/2013)
I am not able to change the password in SQL config manager... When i access it from SQL server management studio it opens without asking for a password or credentials?


Configuration Manager is a specific tool.

Under Ptograms, under the SQL Server folder, you should see a Configuration Tools folder.
It is in there, and lists all the services.
Reporting Services is managed with a separate tool.
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