by Vitaliy S. » Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:13 am people like this post
Try connecting to the remore SQL server using SQL Management Studio from the machine where Veeam Monitor Client is installed. Also please review all the log files for additional information on the issue.
by adamhay » Tue May 25, 2010 7:51 pm people like this post
I'm having a similar issue using free version 4.5 from a 2003 R2 server w/ 4.5 client installed. My XP SP3 workstation is able to connect to same DB without issue.
Both user accounts and machine accounts are members of domain and the local Veeam Monitoring group on the Veeam Monitoring Server/DB machine (2003 R2 SP2 w/ SQL 9.0.3042).
I have tried a re-install of Veeam Client and an uninstall of Veeam client and all SQL client components then reinstall of SQL 2005 client components and Veeam Client 4.5 but the behavior remains the same.
I am able to connect to the SQL DB on the remote server via SQL Server Management Studio 2005 from the client machines without issue.
Haven't been able to peruse the client logs as I can't seem to find them.
Anyone have any ideas on what might be amiss? Can someone clue me to where I might find the client logs or the log file name?
by Vitaliy S. » Tue May 25, 2010 10:42 pm people like this post
Hm... so it seems like we've just nailed down the issue to the Terminal Server machine. Could you please check that you have synchronized time on both machines (Terminal Server and Veeam monitor server)?
by adamhay » Wed May 26, 2010 2:38 pm people like this post
Yup, looks to be keeping sync. This terminal server was working fine using version 4 client to connect to our version 4 DB/Server. Problem just started appearing after I upgraded to 4.5 due to an "Element could not be found" error I was encountering for all VC and ESXi objects in our 4.0 set up.
Looks to have fixed itself some how over night however.... Strange stuff...
by veera » Thu Oct 28, 2010 8:18 am people like this post
We also facing the same issue. We are currently using Veeam Monitor 18.104.22.1681_upd. We unable to define the client users in the server monitor Options->Server Settings->Security. If we already set the client in the domain, possible to set the user. Can we possible to set the client user in the server monitor without the domain settings?
by Vitaliy S. » Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:14 am people like this post
As far as I got it right, you're using Workgroups in your environment, right? If this is the case, you may want to try connecting with an account which should have the same name and the same password on both machines, Monitor Server and Monitor Client.