When installing SQL on a Unity failover server, does the Unity setup app cripple the admin tools? SQL is running fine, but I can't get enterprise manager to work, and the "service manager" app starts then immediately stops. I can connect to SQL from a separate box using enterprise manager, but it seems like some files associated with EM are missing on the failover("SQL Server EEnterprise Manager.msc" for instance.)
What part of this document did you think would apply? SQL is installed, SQL SP3a is installed. I actually discovered the problem trying to run Cisco's MS patch tool, as it said it did not detect a SQL server, even though SQL is running. I can get to SQL via enterprise manager from a separate server(adding a registration for the unity failover server).
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