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Jun 30, 2015

Is there a way to identify who have changed the SQL port number other than the DBA's?

For example through c2 audit or any other triggers?

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Hi all,I'm having some trouble with connecting to SQL server instance latelywithout adding a port number. I used to be able to always connect toinstance without having to input SQLSERVER,portnumber. However nowthis is not the case. I doing this through an ADO connection object,and creating the connection string. Does anyone know if there was arecent Microsoft update or patch that would've cause this to stopallowing me to connect to a SQL instance without having to put in theport information? Thanks.

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Aug 23, 2007

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Aug 7, 2007

Hi there,
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Hello ,

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Can i get some on this matter please .

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Jul 15, 2004

hai all,
I need to change the default port number of the SQL server from 1433 to some other port number. i know that it can be done thru SERVER NETWORK UTILITY. Can some one confirm that. It will be helpful.
Also i want to make sure that port to given is free port. how can i find that particular port is free.

Thanking in Advance, awaiting Quick response.

Signing Off

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I can connect to a local instance just fine but not to a sql server that is listening on a specific port (named instance)

[edited to add]
it works ! I just had to use the name instance notation
server instance_name

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hooray !

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I remember in SQL Server 2000 you could find the information by choosing Properties of a connection in EM and click on the Network Configuration button. (I know it works when you are ON THE SERVER! But when I tried from my desktop, pressing the button didn't do anything)

Canada DBA

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Jul 20, 2005

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I am having an issue with SQL 2005 unattended install, I cannot see where in the template.ini file you can specify the TCP port number for SQL 2005 to listen to I want to change it to a specific port number, I know you can do this in an unattended install on SQL 2000.

Also in an unattended install of SQL 2000 and 2005 is there any way you can specify the database and transaction logs location for new databases to be installed on another drive then the system databases. I know you can change this later in SQL server properties but I wanted this to be done during the install or is there a T-SQL script which can do this after?

Any help on this will be great.



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Which one to take: "TCP Dynamic Ports" or "TCP Port"? and what is the difference between them anyways? 

Can the two instances (or more) on the same machine use the same port?!

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Apr 16, 2007

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I have a new named instance (SQL Server 2005 x64 SP2 (Build 3159) Developer edition) setup with dynamic port selection. A default instance was also running on the server prior to the named instance setup.

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Oct 29, 2007


We have an SSIS job that runs once a day and sends emails.
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So, I changed the SSIS SMTP Connection Manager's smtpServer string to smptserver:1234

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thanks much,
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I hope someone can help as I have searched for a solution but been unable to find one as yet.

My problem is that after installing SharePoint V3.0 and amending the Report Server to <ServerName>:8080, as I don't yet wish to use integrated mode, everything works fine except email delivered subscriptions. The URL in the email body referencing the report only puts in <ServerName> etc. omitting the port number :8080. I have tried to find where this URL link is built-up from but have had no luck in the report manager, report services configuration and the config files, does anyone know where I need to look and if possible what I need to amend to have the link include :8080 after the servername portion of the URL. I can copy the URL and manually insert the port address and it works but this defeats the object of automated subscriptions.

Sorry if this is a dumb question but it is giving me a headache at the moment.

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Code Snippet
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Can we retrieve the same?

Let me know ASAP.

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I want to identify rows that go negative but only for 2 cents or more as well as identify rows that 2 or more.

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WHEN (SUM(FavUnfavCostChange) < (2/100) THEN 'Less'
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But I get:

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