Cant't register my enterprise GDB to ArcGIS for Server Manager

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09-16-2016 11:50 AM
DanielPaul
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I am trying to register an enterprise geodatabase to ArcGIS for Server Manager. When I attempt to do this either through Catalog or ArcGIS fir Server Manager I get this area I get this error: "The connection property set was missing a required property or the property value was unrecognized. Connection was attempted with an older version of SQL Server client communications software that is not supported." I there is something setup wrong on the SQL Server side. I have install native client and all other recommend software that ESRI has instructed.

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JayantaPoddar
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What is the version of ArcGIS Server, SQL Server and its 64-bit native client.



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DanielPaul
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We have installed 10.4.1 server and Microsoft SQL Server 2012 SP3 Native Client (64-bit)

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JayantaPoddar
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I hope the native client is same/higher version than the SQL Server, i.e. the SQL Server should be of version 2012 SP3 or lower.



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Juan_ManuelAngel
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They can be two things :
1. Ensure that the user ArcGIS has write permissions on the SQL folder.
2. Have the native client installed at the same version of the server.

DarylHochhalter
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Does anyone know if it makes a difference if you are using a local or domain account for acgis server? Are you trying to register the database with an OS account?

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andrewj_ca
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Using a local or domain account doesn't matter.  We use a domain account because it's easier to manage the user across server environments.

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DarylHochhalter
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Ok Thanks Andrew, perhaps this is the sort of error I might get if the password of the Server account was changed and we hadn't run the configure arcgis server account utility.

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