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Pre Login HAndShake Error in Sql Server - 2005 SSMS


Pre Login HAndShake Error in Sql Server - 2005 SSMS

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A connection was successfully established with the server, but then an error occurred during the pre-login handshake. (provider: Shared Memory Provider error: 0 – No Process is on the other end of the pipe.) ((Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 233)

I tried to Force Protocol Encryption, checked other Network protocol settings but did't work.

Appreciate your help!


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From the provider error I am assuming you are trying to connect to a local instance. Please confirm.

Also, you posted in a 2008 forum but are saying 2005 SSMS. Please confirm the version of SSMS and the version of the server you're trying to connect to.

Are you trying to use a SQL Login or a Windows User to connect? If the former, make sure you have Mixed Mode Authentication enabled.

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Thanks,

Sorry as I have posted in a 2008 forum but we have Sql Server 2005 and 2005 SSMS.
I have tried both Sql server and Windows.
I couldn't login so unable to check any other things except I have mentioned.

osql -L
==> Servers:
Local
MTDB

Servers:
— NONE –

>sqlcmd -L

Servers: MTDB

2) Enabled TCP/IP in SQL Server Configuration


3) All Firewall are off

4) Enable Remote Connection

5) SQL Server Browser Service is enabled

6) Created exception of sqlbrowser.exe in Firewall


7) No Alias!!!
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osql was deprecated in SQL 2005 so I would recommend to stop using it. sqlcmd is the replacement for it.

Are you trying to connect to a local or remote instance? Try enabling Named Pipes too, just as a test, and then try connecting again.

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Thanks again.
I have already enabled - named pipes too, I was just checking osql -L and sqlcmd -L to see.
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Hi,
I am also using local instance which ones on VM.
I have also moved TCP before named pipes in the protocol order list.
When I am starting up Sql Agent from Sql Server Configuration manager, it's throwing an error:
The Request Failed or the Service Didn't respond in a timely manner, consult the event log.
I checked the Eventlog in Event Viewer and Sql Server Agent Error is: Sql Server Agent couldn't be started (reason: Unable to connect to Server local; Sql Server Agent can't Start)

I am also seeing other errors for Source - crypt32
Failed auto update retrieval of third party root list sequence number from www.download.windowupdate.com/msdownlod/update/v3/static/trustedr/authrootseq.txt> with error: This network connection does not exist.

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Hi,
I have tried many tips but none of the helping, any idea?
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Could be lots of things. Try some of the basic troubleshooting articles, see if you can narrow it down.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sql_protocols/archive/2008/04/30/steps-to-troubleshoot-connectivity-issues.aspx

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It was security certificate issue, so it was fixed after renaming.

Thank for your help!
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Great news. There a lot of these connectivity issues but not a lot of solutions that detail renaming a security certificate. It might be extremely helpful to others that find this thread if you could detail exactly what you did to fix the issue.

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