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itwyatt wrote:Hi Lindsay, Are you remoting into the Moss frontend on the test farm and using the browser to hit a URL other than the hostname, 3 prompts followed by 401 authentication failed? Might be a loopback check blocking you, if so see ...
We've got a 2 server setup, sql 2005 backend and MOSS SP1 frontend.
I've used the inbuilt backup to take a backup of the current setup and tried to restore to an identical test system.
The restore has gone OK (error free) but I can't access any of the sites. I'm being prompted for login credentials which aren't accepted.
I have a 64-bit 2 server installation using SQL 2005.
Just recently I've started getting a lot of instances of the following (shortened) error message on the WFE:
Named Pipes Provider, error: 40 - Could not open a connection to SQL Server)
Now, I'm guessing I can jsut change the SQL Remote Connections setting to TCP/IP and Named Pipes ...
There's a cool little free utility from Idera called Pointcheck.
They also provide other utilities which aren't free that may be worth looking at.
Yes, we’re targeting a 9.x for this feature at the end of the calendar year, but the schedule is not firm yet, so we could see it slip a little...
It's there now:
I'll be there.
Found a solution which appears to work:
the overwrite flag isn't enough and restoring to a different site appearsr to cause a GUID conflict hence the ability to restore to a different server.
Not the answer I was looking for but at least it's an ...
No intervention from me, the site suddenly spewed out a load of emails from workflows that should have gone a few days ago and it all came back into life.
I've managed to restore this site to a test server we have which is not SSL so it looks like it's SSL causing the problems.
Does that ring any bells with anyone?
I'm having problems using the above with what appeared to be trouble-free backups.
Trying to: stsadm -o restore -url https://aliasname/sites/sitename -filename e:\sitename.bak -overwrite produces an error ''No content databases are available for this operation. Create a content database, and then try ...