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Setting the SQL TcpPort value via PowerShell and WMI
My customer has a requirement that all SQL instances use a non-standard port, and I wanted to set this during install as part of the basic script, because we'll be doing a lot of SQL installs and we want to eliminate manual effort where possible. I looked around and the few samples I found were using...
13 Mar 2012
Using SQL instance name when using a static port
Did you know that if you have a named instance of SQL, and that SQL instance is setup to use a static port (e.g. 2375 for something random), that you do not need to use the instance name when connecting to the SQL instance? For example, if I setup a server, called Server1, and I setup a named instance...
7 Apr 2010
Perms, perms, perms (or deploying BAM activities with cubes when Analysis Services runs as a different service account)
This will be the first of a two part blog post about real-world adventures in BAM deployment. As time has proven over and over, permissions and environment variables tend to trip even the most careful planners up when deploying artifacts to non-development environments. I have developed a BAM solution...
28 Jul 2009
The right tool for the right job
Here's a little gem I discovered today. I am running down a permissions issue with BAM and SQL Server Analysis Services. On my local dev box, I wanted to fully emulate the permissions from my full-blown dev environment, so in my Services MMC, I changed the Analysis Services log on account from LocalSystem...
14 Jul 2009
Minimal security settings for a Analysis Services service account
As an add-on to my previous post about adding Analysis Services to an existing SQL cluster, I thought it might also be helpful to list the various security settings which need to be set to allow SSAS to not only run but accept connections. Again, in a dev environment, if your "service account" is an...
25 May 2009
Setting up Analysis Services on an existing SQL cluster
Another infrastructure issue that I ran into while deploying my BAM solution out into the "real" world was that in our post-dev environments SQL is clustered and we would be installing Analysis Services to a cluster which already has SQL Server installed, so I decided to "practice" installing Analysis...
18 May 2009
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