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hi
i use this code for connect to the SQL Server in my domain network



connectionString="server=192.168.0.13,1433;Network Library=DBMSSOCN;Initial Catalog=RayanehSanatPB;User ID=sa;Password=123456;"
providerName="System.Data.SqlClient" />


i have one sql server 2008 and my database are here
i want to all client use this sal database
but the application just running in the local machine that running SQl server
i cant conet to the sql server from another pc in my LAN
please help me
Posted 23-Dec-12 10:06am

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Solution 1

- Check if tcp/ip is enabled for the server instance
- Check firewall
- Use a network tool (like Network Monitor) to catch the connection failure on tcp or ip level
- This connection string is useful in special cases[^], you should use the general connection string syntax[^]
(PS: never use SA to connect an application to the server! You are in a domain and you can add even AD groups as users to SQL server, thus use trusted connection. )
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