RE: SSL Security Error
Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2004 20:07:53 GMT
" I checked 'force encryption' for 'server network utility'
and restarted SQL 2000 enterprise server. I have a one-node cluster on
Windows 2003 server. I did not install certificate. I have now the problem
with SQL sever.
As recommended, I corrected the registry parameter by
setting encrypt to 0. But, still, I have no luck. I did not touch any
parameters nor ODBC.
I am wondering what the problem would be. I can not run
'Server network utility'.
Thanks in advance,
Once you enable force protocol encryption using Server Network Utility
certificate on a Cluster you're stuck. There's no way to fix this without
putting a certificate on the node.
The server won't come online until you do this. If it's a Cluster you
can't fix the registry manually.
You may be able to run SQL from a command line though.
If you need more assistance recovering this, you'll need to open a case
with SQL Support.
This posting is provided AS IS with no warranties, and confers no rights.
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