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Hi,

 

I am getting a -1015 error on a sql database. It is the only database out of about 20 showing this error. Last time I had it, I rebooted the sql server, but now it is back. -1015 isn't in the code list. What does it mean?

 

I am running 6.5 latest patches and sql 2000 sp4.

 

Cheers

 

Michael

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PLEASE VERIFY YOUR INSTALLATION! YES, RE-BOOT CAN HELP, CAUSE IT STARTS AGAIN WITH THE SET-UP SETTINGS. BUT IF YOU WHERE CHANGING SOMETHING OR HAD SOME UPDATE FOR YOUR SQL-SERVER 2000, THEN THIS CAN HAPPEN. LET ME KNOW, IF YOU HAVE HAD THE SAME ERROR-PICTURE!

HOPE THAT HELPS! ;-)

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Exact Error Message

'[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][DBMSLPCN]SSL Security error' is displayed in cnfgsvr.out

 

Details:

A brief description of the problem:

 

 

The MSDE_BKUPEXEC.log shows

 

 

Executing "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\80\Tools\Binn\cnfgsvr.exe -V 1 -M 1 -U sa -I "BKUPEXEC" -Q "SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS""

MSI (s) (18!B8) [08:32:40:513]: Product: Microsoft SQL Server Desktop Engine -- Setup failed to configure the server. Refer to the server error logs and setup error logs for more information.

 

 

Setup failed to configure the server. Refer to the server error logs and setup error logs for more information.

MSI (s) (18:44) [08:32:40:528]: User policy value 'DisableRollback' is 0

MSI (s) (18:44) [08:32:40:528]: Machine policy value 'DisableRollback' is 0

Action ended 8:32:40: InstallFinalize. Return value 3.

 

 

The cnfgsvr.out which is located in

C:\Prog Files\Microsoft SQL server\MSSQL$bkupexec\Install\cnfgsvr.out

shows

 

 

[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][DBMSLPCN]SSL Security error

 

Resolution:

 

This error message is caused due to

Certificates that exist on the server.

Certificates install for various reasons. The most common are:

* Certificates used to sign e-mail digitally

* Certificates used on a wireless network for security reasons

 

SQL Server 2000 introduces Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption through the use of certificates. If SQL Server finds certificates on the local computer, SQL Server attempts to use the certificates. If the certificate is not issued to the fully qualified domain name of the computer, SQL Server considers the certificate invalid. If there are multiple certificates on the computer, there is no way to pick which certificate SQL Server must use.

 

The source of the certificates on the computer should be identified before proceeding. For the SQL Server 2000 installation to be successful, Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in should be used to view the certificates on the computer.

 

The following the Microsoft article can be referred to:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309398

 

 

Related Documents:

 

265152: Backup Exec installation fails with the error "Failed to install MSDE 2000 BKUPEXEC instance" and Error 1015 is logged in the System Application Event log.

http://support.veritas.com/docs/265152

 

 

272371: Backup Exec installation fails with the error: "Failed to install MSDE 2000 BKUPEXEC instance. Please review C:\WINDOWS\MSDE_BKUPEXEC.log for more details. Failed to install third party products."

http://support.veritas.com/docs/272371

 

Acknowledgements

Microsoft Corporation

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