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By alex ·

I had encountered the sql server error 10061 attempting to connect SQL server on WIN98. There is no error on Win XP Pro. Can anyone help?

here are the settings:
1. only one WINDOW SERVER 2003 in the network with Active Directory activated.
2. only one WIN XP pro in the network
3. only one WIN 98 2nd edition in the network
4. SQL SERVER 2000 with service pack 3 installed on WINDOW SERVER 2003
5. SQL SERVER authenication is mix mode
6. SQL Connectivity in client side is set to TCP/IP port 1433 only

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by bart777 In reply to SQL SERVER 2000 in WINDOW ...

Windows 98 uses netbios to get to things on the network. You could try a couple of things. Add WINS to the server and point the 98 machine's NIC to that ofr resolution, or try addind the servers name to the LMHosts file on the 98PC.

Good Luck.

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Do you have Multiple Instances of SQL Server

by mckinney91 In reply to SQL SERVER 2000 in WINDOW ...

Do you have multiple instances of SQL Server 2000 on your Windows 2003 Server?

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