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Dear All,

can i do mirroing without have domain.
i have 3 database server in the same workgroup can i do the mirroring.


thanks alot.
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Yes you can use mirroring without a domain. But you might have to set it up using TSQL.
I remember that once you installed SP2, the wizard in SSMS won't accept a servername without domain suffix. Maybe this was fixed in SP3, but I can't check it right now.

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i installed SQL 2005 SP3 but i can't do mirroring and i get this error.

TITLE: Database Properties
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One or more of the server network addresses lacks a fully qualified domain name (FQDN). Specify the FQDN for each server, and click Start Mirroring again.

The syntax for a fully-qualified TCP address is:
TCP://.[.]:

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BUTTONS:

OK
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That's exactly what I remembered.
But if you use TSQL scripts it should still work. This article should help you with it.
http://www.databasejournal.com/features/mssql/article.php/3832106/Database-Mirroring-Using-T-SQL.htm

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