It’s new(er). Sepialine KB Article: 1130 Open the SQL Server Client Network Utility dialog box. My reference to using SQL Server Configuration Manager is simply using it as an alternative to cliconfg.exe. Has a Poké Ball ever captured anything other than a Pokémon?
The first problem this presents is there is absolutely zero way to tell from within the utility itself which version of it is running. litsp3 : is the one of the SharePoint Servers, I’m configuring this server with Application role (central administration and other services). The processor architectore for that app will determine where in the registry the app (client libraries) will look. Which one to use? https://sqlandme.com/2011/05/05/create-sql-server-alias-cliconfg-exe/
What error messages have you been getting? –SQLmojoe Nov 6 '15 at 16:46 Have you tried creating both 32bit and 64bit versions of the alias either by using SQL It is also very clear about the difference between 32 and 64-bit aliases. prampe July 25, 2013 at 6:48 PM | Permalink | Reply In order to learn about it. In this case, “client” can be either code/an application or a user.
By default, whenever we install SQL Server with named instance it will assign a “TCP Dynamic Port”, we have to clear it out in the same location (just before TCP Port). Razvan mentioned that starting cliconfg.exe from Run will start the 64 bit version, and from a 32 bit app (Explorer for instance - which I couldn't find how to do, but I couldnt figure out where I was going wrong with the Alias, until I realised the tree shows a 32bit and 64bit config option. There will be two versions of cliconfig in 64 bit operating system.
Find the "Recursive Size" of a List Which Puranic Scriptures describes procedure of "Ashtanga Yoga"? When I started talking about this in 2009 it was maybe 20%. This server is installed with SharePoint Server 2013 Preview with Windows 2012 Server Release Candidate. The name "spsql" need not be registered in dns ?
Whenever this question comes up I always stop and take a poll of the class to see how many people know what a SQL alias is. Yeah, servers are definitely the big place where this comes into play. But, I agree with you. It will display system directory.4.
En el equipo cliente ejecuta: Cliconfg.exe Habilitamos los protocolos TCP/IP y canalizaciones por nombre, principalmente y algún parámetro más en caso de que fuera necesario. https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/sowmyancs/2012/08/06/install-configure-sharepoint-2013-with-sql-client-alias/ Posted in DBA, SQL Server, Technical Tagged HBD, religious battles, SSMS « previous postnext post » 12 Responses Write a Comment» Todd Klindt August 30, 2011 at 8:44 AM | The path to this file is %SystemDrive%\Windows\sysWOW64\cliconfg.exe. Reply Leonado says: May 12, 2014 at 6:49 am Justa a question.
I have seen some apps that are 64 bit but some part of the app layer uses 32bit. –DaniSQL Nov 6 '15 at 17:07 | show 2 more comments 1 Answer more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Vogt is pointing out that aliases are a function of the client "end" of the client/server arrangement, as opposed to being something that you set on the server. In order to launch the 32-bit version of cliconfg, it has to be run from the folder it’s in.
Reply Follow UsPopular TagsSharePoint 2013 Installation SharePoint 2010 Installation Service Application Solution Deployment Installation lists.asmx List Schema SharePoint List Throttling CAML Timer Job Health Analyzer performance point services sharepoint linq security In a command window enter the command "set systemroot" and press Enter. After the installation of SQL Server with named instance, we have to assign a custom static port number for the SQL Service. In short, Windows keeps separate lists of aliases, one used by 32-bit applications and the other by 64-bit.
Is it possible to do this, if so, would some kind person tell me what I'm doing wrong. This has probably happened a long time ago for some, but if you’re a corporate monkey like I am, you might have only recently been able to make the jump to Is this an error in your post or is this Microsoft's style for making jokes?
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Reply roxana says: August 27, 2013 at 7:36 am very useful post for me too 🙂 million thanks 🙂 Reply Alejandro says: November 13, 2013 at 1:37 pm Thanks a lot I teach a lot of SharePoint admin classes. Aliases should be set up on each machine that needs to connect to the SQL Server, whether that box be a workstation or a server. In my test lab I have one more server to be added to the same farm.
Only machines that have had a SQL component installed on them will. Aliases configured in one do not show up in the other, making it perfectly clear what is going on. I've been bitten by this before. Appreciate your effort.
Start “C:\windows\system32\cliconfg.exe” 2. So, just because you're using the "server" tool, doesn't mean you have to be doing so on a server 😉 Hanya May 7, 2013 at 6:17 PM | Permalink | Reply I wish I had seen this before I started my install. I could not understand why my Alias was not working until figured it out it was added in 64-bit, but not 32-bit.
I will probably have to use cliconfg on the windows client machines as they will not have SSMS or the connectivity s/w installed on them. Interestingly typing opening cliconfg in RUN was opening the 32 bit version for me, so I had to use your location to go find the 64 bit version. You can also get the details information for same configuration on codecreature.wordpress.com/…/create-and-configure-sql-server-instance-and-alias-for-sharepoint-installation Reply BlueSky2010 says: December 11, 2014 at 9:01 am Thanks for putting this together! If you run cliconfg.exe in run you will 64bit version if you run %windir%\SysWOW64\cliconfg.exe you will run 32 bits version In Windows register the keys HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\MSSQLServer\Client\ConnectTo HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSSQLServer\Client\ConnectTo keep the configuration values
To connect other servers to the SharePoint farm we have to repeat step #3 in all servers. As mentioned, it looks (and acts) just like the 64-bit version. Main configuration needs only before running the PSConfig. For the current topic of conversation, that last point is the most important one.
The Config Manager applet is installed along with the normal client tools on any machine (well, OK, maybe just the "Advanced" ones and not "Basic"; I don't think I've ever installed