MSSQL$SBSMonitoring / MSSQL$SBSSharePoint instance not SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 4 warning messag

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Ain'tSoBad, Feb 9, 2009.

  1. Ain'tSoBad

    Ain'tSoBad Guest

    I get these 2 warning messages after I run the SBS BPA on my SBS 2003 SP1
    Premium server.

    MSSQL$SBSMonitoring instance not SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 4
    and
    MSSQL$SBSSharePoint instance not SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 4

    I tried googling the messages and it appears most of the hits deal with
    failed installations or performance issues. I don't believe this is my
    case.Here is what I got and everything runs fine. There are no event errors
    in my system or application event logs.

    SBS 2003 SP1 Premium
    ISA 2004 SP3
    MS Exchange 2003 SP2
    Windows SharePoint 2.0 (companyweb)
    Windows SharePoint 3.0 (side by side install)

    I also got a Windows 2003 standard member server running Citrix Presentation
    Server 4.5 along with the Web Interface 4.6. Because of this I recently
    installed Citrix's Web Interface for SharePoint 2007 (on my SBS 2003 server)
    so that I can deploy my published applications on my WSS 3.0 website. This
    all is working just great. I'm just curious as to why the warning messages
    appear when I run the SBS BPA and should there need to be something done
    about it. What do I need to do to get rid of the warning messages and
    exactly what do they mean?
     
    Ain'tSoBad, Feb 9, 2009
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  2. Hi, it means that the SQL instances need upgrading to service pack 4. This
    shoud have been on the SBS installation CD and copied to the "C:\Client Apps"
    folder.
    James.
     
    James Yeomans BSc, MCSE, MCTS, Feb 9, 2009
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  3. Ain'tSoBad

    Ain'tSoBad Guest

    Thanks James but I should have mentioned that yes SQL 2000 was upgraded to
    SP4 that was included in the SBS 2003 SP1 upgrade disks. What do you mean by
    "and copied to the "C:\Client Apps" folder.



    "James Yeomans BSc, MCSE, MCTS"
     
    Ain'tSoBad, Feb 9, 2009
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  4. Every instance of an sql installation neds upgrading to sp4 individually I
    believe. When you install SBS certain sp's/utilities are copied in to the
    C:\ClientApps folder on the SBS server this makes it easy to install them on
    client machines if necessary. I think sql 2000 sp4 may be one of these
    although thinking about it I'm not sure it is now.....if you check it you
    will see xpsp2, 2000sp4, outlook etc in there
     
    James Yeomans BSc, MCSE, MCTS, Feb 9, 2009
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  5. Ain'tSoBad

    Ain'tSoBad Guest

    I see w2ksp4 which I presume is SQL 2000 SP 4. Correct? And if so then those
    warning messages in BPA is not because I do not have SQL 2000 SP4 not
    installed.


    "James Yeomans BSc, MCSE, MCTS"
     
    Ain'tSoBad, Feb 9, 2009
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  6. No thats windows 2000 sp4, not SQL. Sorry my mistake sql sp4 is not included
    in that folder, anyhow they are just the installation packages nothing there
    isactually installed.
     
    James Yeomans BSc, MCSE, MCTS, Feb 9, 2009
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  7. Ain'tSoBad

    Ain'tSoBad Guest

    OK so just to verify that I do have it installed which I'm 99% sure I do
    where can I caheck? Add/Remove Programs will not show it there. Or will it?


    "James Yeomans BSc, MCSE, MCTS"
     
    Ain'tSoBad, Feb 9, 2009
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  8. Marina Roos [SBS-MVP], Feb 10, 2009
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  9. Ain'tSoBad

    Ain'tSoBad Guest

    Does installing WSS 3.0 qualify for "reinstalling" sharepoint?
     
    Ain'tSoBad, Feb 11, 2009
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