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Open run command window using "Windows+R" type mmc.exe after console opened from file menu choose SQLSERVERMANAGER10. Or you can type "SQLSERVERMANAGER10.msc" in run command window.


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If you start Firebird as an application, then Firebird must either be located in a normal folder (not a system folder under UAC protection like Program Files), or you need to run it as Administrator. The reason is that Firebird needs write access to several files in its own program folder, which doesn't work without privilege elevation. Better yet: run it ...


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In the directory that you ran mongo.exe you should also see the executable mongod.exe. mongo.exe is the shell that connects to the server/daemon that allows you to issue commands and query your databases. mongod.exe is the actaul mongo server/daemon. First run mongod.exe to start the server then in a new command window run mongo.exe. The shell should now ...


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Here's where I found it: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\SQLServerManager10.msc https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms174212(v=sql.130).aspx NOT pleased with this note: "Because SQL Server Configuration Manager is a snap-in for the Microsoft Management Console program and not a stand-alone program, SQL Server Configuration Manager does not appear as an ...


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Short answer is, No. To enable Sql Server AlwaysOn, the server The server instance must reside on a Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) node. Enable and Disable AlwaysOn Availability Groups, MSDN Server Clustering is only available on Windows Server OS (i.e. Not 8.1) Windows Server Clustering You might want to see Overview of AlwaysOn ...


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There are two options Manually change the startup type of the service Remove (and optionally reinstall) the service Manually change the startup type of the service You can disable it in the Services configuration. Use Windows-key+R or open run from the start menu, enter services.msc, find the Firebird instance (Firebird Server - DefaultInstance), right ...


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From Mark Sinkinson's enigmatic comment, you'll notice that that earlier versions are not compatible on Windows 8. 2008 & 2008R2 are supported, but you need to update them to their most recent service packs. I agree though, Program Compatibility Assistant isn't the most assisting. Basically, you just need go through the "Run the program without getting ...


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If you would like to manually control this, here are some suggestions Login to Window Command Line Shell as Administrator and run this C:\> net stop mysql When the prompt comes back, MySQL is down. If you shutdown Windows, the only evidence for MySQL's shutdown would be in the error log. EXAMPLE On my laptop I have MySQL 5.5.37 for Windows It's been up ...


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As per Microsoft Official document SQL Server 2005 (the release version and service packs) and earlier versions of SQL Server are not supported on Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8.1, or Windows 8. You will receive a warning in the Action Center if Windows 8.1 or Windows 8 detects an instance of SQL Server 2005. To resolve this issue, ...


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I was not able to replicate, so here's my successful YAML config file (Windows 7 64 bit, MongoDB 2.6.1): replication: replSetName: "rs1" oplogSizeMB: 512 storage: dbPath: "data" smallFiles: true systemLog: destination: file path: "data/mongod.log" How I started it: C:\Users\Adam\mongo\2.6.1\bin>mongod.exe -f mongod-yaml.conf ...


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You need Fail Over Clustering in order to install an AlwaysOn. AFAIK you can't install it on a windows 8.1. So my guess is no, you cannot install AlwaysOn on Windows 8.1.


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Oracle has a tool called Deinstall that will remove an Oracle database as well as the Oracle software. Either GUI or command line. Check here on how to use it. https://docs.oracle.com/database/122/HPCLI/oracle-deinstallation-tool-deinstall.htm


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I eventually located an answer to this. There are multiple steps that you need to perform to ensure that this does not occur, and any one of the items on the list can cause the issue. If any of these MS patches are installed, delete them. Any one can cause this issue KB2918614 (The classic cause, but not the cause in this case) KB3000988 KB3008627 ...


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The article Uninstalling Oracle contains details on how to proceed.


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To uninstall Oracle database on Windows follow the following steps(Non-Grid Installation only). 1) Stop the Oracle services. Stopping Oracle Services 2) Remove the Oracle components using Oracle Universal Installer. Ensure that you first follow the instructions in the "Stopping Oracle Services" section. Start Oracle Universal Installer: From the ...


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So are so many factors because there are so many different types of loads. When it get loaded the only defense mechanism is to deny connections. I you are looking for max connection you are looking for the wrong thing. Design your application to be scalable - acquire the connection as late as possible and release the connection as soon as possible. ...


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I had a similar situation and it turned out to be that the "Turn on Auto Unlock" option was disabled. Right click drive/manage bitlocker/click turn on auto unlock


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I agree with Jithin R and ensuring the SQL Server "service" account (what you have set in the services.msc for the login as, and ensuring it has at least MODIFY or FULL permissions at the NTFS folder level where the MDF and LDF files are created when they code dynamically creates the DB). It sure sounds like an NTFS permission issue with whatever security ...


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Eduardo Molteni asked this in 2012 for running on Windows 8 (not 8.1) and came back a few days later with his solution. You might give it a try. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/13520551/how-to-install-sql-server-2005-express-in-windows-8 The secret sauce, according to Eduardo is: After you run the install file SQLExpr.exe look for a hidden folder ...


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In Windows 8, SQL Server Configuration Manager shortcut is located in: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Microsoft SQL Server 2008\Configuration Tools Please note that ProgramData is a hidden folder. I suggest you create a shortcut on your desktop.


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