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unable to conncet remote instance


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Hi experts,

when ever i tried to access remote instance

iam getting the following error

can not connect (instance name)

instance failure(System.data)

iam using sqlserver dev edition


pls give the solution to fix this issue


Thanks in advance
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nobody has respond for this issue

please can any body respond experts

it is urgent

thanks
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sivark1 (5/26/2009)

when ever i tried to access remote instance
iam getting the following error
can not connect (instance name)
instance failure(System.data)
iam using sqlserver dev edition
pls give the solution to fix this issue


Your are having SQL Server 2005 on both the servers.?
Have you enabled "Allow Remote Access" option ..?
Do you have a Firewall installed..?, If yes, Have you opened the port for SQL Server..?
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Hi, if you have firewalls inside your network or dynamic port assigment in you SQL server instance configuration, you could try to activate pipe connections and try to connect again.
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