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LVS Server Problem on SQL Instance

I tried to install LVS Service in Client, the service has run successfully. However, the following eventlog has been prompted out.

Source: SAP LVService WCF

Event ID: 0

Description: WatcherClass.ThreadStart: Cannot open Service Control Manager on computer '<SERVERNAME>\<INSTANCENAME>'. This operation might require other privileges.

One special for this client is their SQL is installed under an instance name. i.e. <SERVERNAME>\<INSTANCENAME>

Regards,

Lok

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 04:48 AM

    Hi Lok..........

    Have you tried with Admin right or with its instance?

    Please check......

    Regards,

    Rahul

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      Dear Rahul,

      Sorry, I have captured a wrong Error Log. Here is the message from Windows Eventlog when starting the SAP LVService WCF

      Source: SAP LVService WCF

      Event ID: 0

      Description: WatcherClass: ThreadStart: MachineName value "<ServerName>\<InstanceName>" is invalid

      Here is the content of "ServerList.xml":

      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>

      - <serverConfig>

      - <server name="<ServerName>\<InstanceName>" version="09" username="sa" password="252039157052210074138255218184174011155202153107" serviceName="<ServiceName>">

      - <eventFilter>

      <event name="AuditLogin" />

      <event name="AuditLogout" />

      </eventFilter>

      - <dataBaseFilter>

      <dataBaseInfo name="LiveDB" />

      <dataBaseInfo name="TESTDB" />

      </dataBaseFilter>

      </server>

      </serverConfig>

      I tried to use SQL Configuration Tools to set an alias as a single word "ABC", but the previous eventlog shows.

      Is there any solution?

      Regards,

      Lok

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