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    venkatzeus

    Hi,

    I am trying to register Roles and membership in the Sql Server 2005. I have sql server 2000 and Sql server 2005 in my windows server 2003 machine.

    In the command prompt, I tried the following and got the below error:

    C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727>aspnet_regsql -A all -E

    Start adding the following features:
    Membership
    Profile
    RoleManager
    Personalization
    SqlWebEventProvider

    .
    An error has occurred. Details of the exception:
    .The client was unable to establish a connection because of an error during conn
    ection initialization process before login. Possible causes include the followin
    g:  the client tried to connect to an unsupported version of SQL Server; the ser
    ver was too busy to accept new connections; or there was a resource limitation (
    insufficient memory or maximum allowed connections) on the server. (provider: Na
    med Pipes Provider, error: 0 - No process is on the other end of the pipe.)

    Unable to connect to SQL Server database.

     

    How to add the Roles and Membership?

     

    Thank you

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    W3bbo

    The error message is pretty self explanatory. What part of it don't you understand?

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    venkatzeus

    W3bbo said:

    The error message is pretty self explanatory. What part of it don't you understand?

    Hi,

    I have logged in as windows user, so the authentication part should be fine.

    So didnt knew what went wrong?

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    W3bbo

    venkatzeus said:
    W3bbo said:
    *snip*

    Hi,

    I have logged in as windows user, so the authentication part should be fine.

    So didnt knew what went wrong?

    The error message is basically saying that it couldn't find the SQL Server you're trying to connect to using Named Pipes.

     

    What's your connection string or connection settings?

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