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Last week, some of our users encountered a known error message with SQL Error Code 64. This problem occurs for many reasons. We will review them below. SQL Error #: 64. Error Message: A transport error should occur while getting results from the server. (Provider: TCP Provider, Error: 0 – The specified network information is no longer available.)
I got the following error on our friend’s system:
The connection to the server BUT was discovered successfully, then the pre-connection handshake failed. (Provider: TCP provider, error: 0 The specified network name is no longer available.) (Microsoft SQL Server, error: 64)
I googled this error and got mixed results and solutions, but null solved my problem.
After some research I found the solution below which worked for me.
How do I fix SQL Server 64 error?
SQL Server should really work.Enable TCP/IPspecified with the SQL Server configuration.Open a port next to Windows Firewall.Enable remote connection.Enable the SQL Server Browser service.Create a sqlbrowser.exe exception in the firewall.
Go to mssql configuration manager, expand sql network configuration and click the PROTOCOLS node. Right-click TCP/IP, open the PROPERTIES panel and select the IP ADDRESS tab.
Make sure the values for the new IP ADDRESS field are correct and match the system it’s running on.
How do I install SQL Server 64 bit on Windows 10?
Use it to connect to a Windows server via Remote Desktop Connection.Open Internet Explorer from the start menu.Download one of the SQL Server Express versions from this list.Scroll down and click Run to begin downloading SQL Server.Click Yes to start the installation.
Be sure to fill in the PORT, tcp inside, even if someone is using 1433 by default.
How do I fix out of memory error in SQL Server?
Query all dynamic management views (DMVs) from sys.dm_os_memory_nodes.Run some of the following statements, or check the output of the callback status in the SQL Server error log if a 701 error occurs:Check the external host memory (KB) performance counter on the memory host object in SQL Server 2012.
I ran into a crazy problem this morning that I’ve never seen before.did not come across before. I set up SQL Server 2008R2 Express on a smaller server via Home, as I have done several times without using it. Then, following my usual setup procedure, I did the following:
How do I fix SQL connection error?
Step one. Check if you can ping the SQL Server field.Step a. Make sure the SQL services are running.Step 3: Check if the SQL Server Browser Plan is running.Step 4: Make sure you are using the distinguished name of the SQL Server instance.
Well, I tested most of the setup on my laptop, fired up SQL Server Management Studio, and connected to SQL Server. Connection established – check. I open the known main scalar function for editing – look. Run the alter script test. Run it again to check if dual NIC is supported – ERROR 64.
I had never noticed this before, but I knew it had to do with networks or protocols on the Internet.
I logged into this particular public server and checked everythingki that seem important to this problem.
After a LOT of googling and sharing bits and pieces of information, I finally found a solution with a local registry right after changing regedit.
At the session level, the connection was not persistent enough for remote connections. • Why doesn’t Microsoft take care of this without paying for the installation script? We may never live long enough, if you must know…
This issue has now been resolved. If I find out again, I’ll update this post type.Get the most out of your computer with this software - download it and fix your PC now.