Also we are replicating Emerald as to authenticate at the remote sites and not
try to pass the radius authentication over T-Spans. We want to do this at two
different sites. If we just replicate everything except for the "calls" then
it should be small and easy correct?
"Geoffrey L. Scully" wrote:
> If I do this then how do I get back into SQL? Can I use Enterprise at this
> point or not?
> "Dale E. Reed Jr." wrote:
> > "Geoffrey L. Scully" wrote:
> > >
> > > I need help ASAP. We just replicated the Emerald server to another
> > > machine. We also moved the default allowed user from 15 to 30. Now we
> > > are unable to access the the server through SQL Enterprise. Also if I
> > > try and run Radius -x15 it says unable to connect to server. How do I
> > > get back in to make the changes back to what they were?
> > As in copied the data or setup replication between the two machines?
> > Replication is not something I would recommend unless you are very
> > familiar and experienced with SQL Server.
> > You can start SQL Server in minimal mode by going into the
> > control panel, services, find the MS SQL Server entry, entering
> > "-f" in the command line options text box in the bottom and clicking
> > start. You SHOULD stop your SQL Sexecutive service before starting
> > SQL in minimal mode.
> > --
> > Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT
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