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I have my Managed Instance (MI) setup and can connect from SSMS on-premises. There is limited functionality this way (you only see databases and security) - so I have a VM in the v-net where I can manage the MI from.

I have set up a linked server from one of our servers to the MI fine - I can query the MI from the server using 4 part naming convention.

How do I do it the other way? Using the management jump-box with SSMS on I have the option to create the linked server, but I cant connect to the on-premise server.

  • Try connecting to a SQL Server instance on a Jump Box on your Managed Instance's VNet. Then ensure you can connect from the Jomp Box VM to your on-prem server. – David Browne - Microsoft Oct 31 at 13:03
  • I cant connect from jumpbox to on prem in SSMS – jack Oct 31 at 13:04
  • Then you won't be able to create a linked server from MI to on-prem. To make this work your MI VNet would need to be routed to your on-prem network over S2S VPN or ExpressRoute. – David Browne - Microsoft Oct 31 at 13:06
  • The VNet which the MI and jump box are in i connected to the network here - I can connect from my desktop straight to the azure instance, just not the other way around? – jack Oct 31 at 14:24
  • It's down to network troubleshooting. You'll need to check the NSGs in Azure and your on-prem firewalls to see if you have ports blocked. And Test-NetConnection is your friend: docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/nettcpip/… – David Browne - Microsoft Oct 31 at 14:36

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