Just trying to create a new vault and I'm getting this warning message:
Does anyone have any ideas what this means??
Hi Mark, It might be an orphaned database file. Log into the customer portal at SOLIDWORKS.COM and search the knowledge base for S-019761. There is a PDF that explains how to check and resolve if that is the case. Regards, Joy
Thanks for the reply! Gave the suggestion a try and I still cannot create the vault (same message as before), banging my head against a brick wall now.
Hi Mark, Is this the first vault you are creating, or, have you created others? Joy
I did attempt to create a PDM standard vault last week, couldn't get that working (had the wrong serial numbers and was using SQL 2014) I removed SQL 2014 and installed SQL 2012 today and went ahead with the correct install of EPDM.
There is nothing wrong with using SQL Server 2014. So, no vaults? Is there a ConisioMasterDB database? Are you trying to create a Standard or Professional vault?
There was a ConisioMasterDB database in SQL management, I deleted it and tried again with the vault creation (did not work again) It's professional I'm attempting.
When you installed SQL Server, did you choose Mixed Mode Authentication?
I don't believe I came across that option, so no I don't think I did. Can this be done retrospectively?
Yes - in SQL Server Management Studio, right click on the server name in the object explorer and select Properties.
Then select Security, and under Server authentication, select SQL Server and Windows Authentication mode.
Sorry Joy, should have looked that up my self! Yes mixed mode authentication was already selected.
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I have the same issue. I have readed all of the post, and I'm not able to create the vault yet. This is from last year...so, you finally you did create the vault? What was the issue and what you do to solve it?
Thank you so much, best regards.
on Archive Server users need to set the necessary rights.
If after that a problem not to be solved (perhaps it will be necessary to reboot the server) - then it is necessary to look at settings on the SQL server.
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