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Daxesh Patel
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I am trying to disable remote access for a SQL instance

Here is what I did in SSMS,
Right click server instance-> click properties -> connections (server properties)-> unchecked "Allow remote connections to this server"

Then I restarted sql service

But still I am able to connect from my local machine

Do I miss something?
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Ok, instead of "restart" I "stopped" and then "started" sql service
and now I am not able to connect from my local machine.

Not sure about diffrence between "restart" and "Stop + Start"
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Daxesh Patel (7/17/2012)
Ok, instead of "restart" I "stopped" and then "started" sql service
and now I am not able to connect from my local machine.

Not sure about diffrence between "restart" and "Stop + Start"


There should be no difference. The "Restart" button in the SQL Configuration Manager and Services MMC is just a GUI feature that does a "Stop" service operation immediately followed by a "Start" service operation.

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I've seen the same myself - after the restart I checked the "running values" for the config as well and that showed "Allow Remote Connections" as unchecked. I still have no idea what happened
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Disable TCP/IP in SQL Server configuration manager?
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