Critical Update for SQL Server KB829358

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by David Stroulger, May 12, 2004.

  1. I've installed this update this morning using Windows Update, however I now have a little SQL Server Service Manager icon in my system tray with a 'Not Connected' message

    The Alert Manager sent me an email saying that the 'MSSQL$Sharepoint service is Stopped.' at the time I applied the fix and I now can not restart the service

    Anyone know how to sort this problem out ?
     
    David Stroulger, May 12, 2004
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  2. David Stroulger

    cpnet Guest

    I have the same problem (almost). My SQL Server service manager is saying
    "Not Connected". When I open the service manager, no services are listed
    for me to start them. However, Sharepoint seems to be running fine - I
    tested adding a few new events (I don't generally use Sharepoint). I
    suspect that version of MSDE that SharePoint uses doesn't/can't use the
    service manager. But, for whatever reason the patch is making this SQL
    Server Service manager show up.

    I didn't get any e-mail from the alert manager when I installed the patch,
    and I didn't notice the service manager in my system tray yesterday when I
    installed the patch. It's only after a reboot this AM that I see it.

    now have a little SQL Server Service Manager icon in my system tray with a
    'Not Connected' message.
    service is Stopped.' at the time I applied the fix and I now can not restart
    the service.
     
    cpnet, May 12, 2004
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  3. David Stroulger

    Dave Guest

    I got that same problem on one SBS system, but not on another.

    Dave

    now have a little SQL Server Service Manager icon in my system tray with a
    'Not Connected' message.
    service is Stopped.' at the time I applied the fix and I now can not restart
    the service.
     
    Dave, May 12, 2004
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  4. Yep, it was only after a reboot that it appeared. I should have added that I'm using the standard edition of SBS 0

    Both of the services MSSQL$SBSMONITORING and MSSQL$SHAREPOINT seem to be running OK, but I'm concerned that something may be wrong

    If it's nothing to worry about, does anyone know how to stop the SQL Service Manager from starting each time I reboot ?
     
    David Stroulger, May 12, 2004
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