all. (I have read through all the other topics related to this one, and I cannot find anything to is similar to this issue, unless there is one hidden that I have missed.)
SQL Server Always On High Availability
When going through the Wizard, it completes successfully, all the databases in the joined nodes are all set as Name (Restoring...)
Here is a picture of what the SSMS tree looks like for the Primary and Secondary Servers Group listings. [
When connecting to the Windows Core through [b]Computer Mansagement[/b]
To access the SQL Server Configuration Manager (SQL 2019).
SQL Server Services is BLANK.
As you can see, this is like this when connecting to ALL Windows Core with SQL Server instances installed.
So, I cannot access this part of SQL Server Services, to administer it on any on the VM's
Wanted to also show the DASHBOARD for SQLCore-01
Which, as you can see, shows all the other SQLCore-02 - SQLCore-05 as bad.
I have checked all the ports that are set for SQL Server and the group, and they are there are reachable.
I am at a complete loss. I have tried and searched and tried some more, but cannot find anything to resolve this issue. I need this working by the end of the weekend, or I am going to have to go back to using the SQL Cluster again, which is what I want to stay away from. I like this method better, as it had multiple SQL Servers with databases on each server—more failover than the SQL Cluster.
Ports (5022) are open on all machines
Error in SQL Log is:
Database Mirroring login attempt by user "Domain\sqlengine" failed with error: Connection handshake failed. The login domain\sqlengine does not have CONNECT permission on the endpoint. State 84.'.
The user domain\sqlengine
I ran this command on each instance
GRANT CONNECT ON ENDPOINT::hadr_endpoint TO [domain\sqlengine]
The output is: Commands completed successfully.
But it still shows that same error in the logs.
I read this blog post SQL Authority .com
However, I cannot access through Computer Management, the
SQL Server Services for SQL 2019, for whatever reason. See Image.
Another note. Going by this article here. Always On Replica Disconnected After Changing SQL Server Service Account
The user is domain.local\sqlengine
This user I added to the SQL Server Logins for each SQL Server.
This is the account that is used for logging all actions of which AG will be doing but still have the same error message.
I found this page. Availability replica is in disconnected
I used the script provided on the article and ran I then restarted SQL Server on each Instance.
Restart-Service -Force 'MSSQL$SQL2019'
But to no avail. Still disconnected.
I also found this as well.
How to change SQL Server Service Account using PS
I tried running the script.
But I get an error.
You cannot call a method on a null-valued expression. At D:\Files\SQL.ps1:23 char:1 $ChangeService.SetServiceAccount($Uname, $PWord) Which is point at this section.
$UName="domain\sqlengine" $PWord="**********" $ChangeService.SetServiceAccount($UName, $PWord)
I was going to try and change the password, as maybe the password might have gotten corrupted or something. But, with this error, I am at a standstill.