Error: When trying to create a new Available Group in SQL Server Always On, you get the following error message… Failed to create the Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) resource with the name 'xxxxx' and type 'SQL Server Availability Group'. The resource type is not registered in the WSFC cluster. Fix: Register the resource type... » read more
Specify Name Enter name of availability group. Specify Databases Database must meet prerequisites requirements. Full recovery mode is required. Specify Replicas “Add Replica” as Secondary role Select “Automatic Failover” for each server Select “Synchronous Commit” for each server Select “Readable Secondary” for each server Select Data Synchronization “Full” – when you want the wizard to... » read more
Problem: SQL Server database stuck in RESTORING state Sometimes the database is in a restoring state after restarting the machine or for some other reason. It usually happens with big databases when a long transaction is in progress and an unexpected server shutdown or restart occurs. Fix: Sources: https://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/5460/sql-server-database-stuck-in-restoring-state/
Error: When trying to create a new cluster in Failover Cluster Manager, trying to add a new server gives the following error… The computer "xxxxx" is joined to a cluster. The computer is cloning from an existing computer that was part of a cluster. Fix: Open up PowerShell (as administrator) on that computer and type... » read more
Problem: Unable to start SQL Server services. Error: Error 1069: The service did not start due to a logon failure. Fix: Check service account setting in Services.
Use the following to check the current range for the partition. Example: Extend existing partition from 2018 to 2019. Add additional file group first, then modify partition schema and function. No need to modify partition table itself if the table is already setup to use partition. Step 1: Add Additional File Group Step 2: Add... » read more
Error: The report server was unable to validate the integrity of encrypted data in the database. (rsCannotValidateEncryptedData) Solution: Reporting Services Configuration Manager -> Encryption Keys -> Change Need to reset data source connection in SSRS.
RDCMan Error Unable to log off from xxxxxxxx. Reason: Unable to enumerate remote sessions. Issue: That error is common when using Remote Desktop Connection Manager and trying to log off via right click. You should log out via the start menu in the remote desktop session.
Please be aware that depending on your DNS provider it can take up to 48 hours for the DNS entry changes to propagate. You can verify that the DNS propagation is working as expected by using http://digwebinterface.com/ http://digwebinterface.com