I wanted to set up DB monitoring for a DB that uses SQL Client 11 Provider=SQLNCLI11;Server=myServerNametheInstanceName;Database=myDataBase; Trusted_Connection=yes; I was unable to do so. What versions of SQL are supported to use the DB monitor?

asked 22 Oct '15, 12:32

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Hi

Please check your connection string It should look something like this...

Driver={SQL Server Native Client 11.0};Server=myServer;UID=userName;PWD=passWord;

I think that you should be able to use the trusted connection.

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Quinn

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answered 23 Oct '15, 14:51

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I used the string you provided and am still not able to connect from the monitoring server. It is not a question of username or password as I am using the same credentials and Instance that I have configured elsewhere. The error states: The data source name not found and no default driver specified.

(23 Oct '15, 18:23) skahlam

Please retry connecting with the database so that the events are collected the current log file, then zip up and send a copy of your service log file to support@poweradmin.com. Also please send a screenshot of your settings along with the name of the server that you are trying to add this monitor to.

(26 Oct '15, 09:06) Quinn ♦♦

Which log file specifically do you require? I tried again and I am wondering does the SQL client need to reside on the monitoring server?

(03 Nov '15, 18:52) skahlam
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