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KMS Activation of Windows Server 2022 and 2019

Due to the recent release of the new Windows Server 2022, it’s time to update the KMS activation infrastructure in your domain and add the support of new versions of Windows Server and Windows 11. In this article, we will look at installing the Volume Activation Services role on Windows Server, configuring and activating a KMS server using a .

Install Volume Activation Services Role on Windows Server

To deploy your own KMS server, you need to install the Volume Activation Services role on any of the hosts running Windows Server 2022, 2019, or 2016. If you already have a KMS server on Windows Server 2016 or Windows Server 2019, you can use this existing server (in this case, this section can be skipped).

  1. Install the Volume Activation Services role on your server from the Server Manager console or using the PowerShell command: install volume activation service role on windows server 2022
  2. Enable the Windows Firewall rule that allows to access the KMS server: (this opens access to the server on TCP port 1688).

Activating KMS Server on Windows Server 2022/2019

Next, you need to copy your personal KMS Host Key from your Microsoft account on the Volume Licensing Center website and activate your KMS server using this key.

  1. Sign in to your account on Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) website and go to License -> Relationship Summary -> Select License ID for your Active License contract -> Product Keys. Copy the KMS host key for Windows Server 2022; get kms host key for windows server 2022 from microsoft licensing portal
    KMS Host Key for Windows Server 2022 is called Windows Srv 2022 DataCtr/Std KMS (or use the Windows Srv 2019 DataCtr/Std KMS key for the previous version of Windows Server 2019 if you do not have Software Assurance subscription). Always use KMS Host Key for the maximum version of Windows Server available in your personal account. KMS server activated with a newer key will be able to activate all previous versions of Windows.
  2. Install the KMS host key using the following command in the elevated command prompt:
    Tip. If you already have a KMS key activated for a previous version of Windows Server on this server, you must first remove it using the command:
  3. Activate your KMS server in Microsoft: (the server must have direct access to the Internet to the Microsoft activation servers at least during the activation). Or you can activate the KMS server by phone (for this you need to run the graphical Volume Activation Tools from the Server Manager);
  4. If you want to publish the SRV record of the KMS server in your DNS (for automatic search of the KMS server by clients), run the command:
  5. Restart the Software Protection service:
  6. If you are going to use this KMS server to activate Microsoft Office products, you need to install the license packages for the Office versions you have. You can find the detailed instructions in the article KMS activation for Microsoft Office 2019/2016);
  7. Make sure your KMS server has been activated successfully. Run the command: Check the following values in the command output: Description = and License status = .
  8. Now you can use your KMS server to activate all supported Windows starting from Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008R2 (have officially reached the End of Support) and up to the latest versions of Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022).

Updates to Extend KMS Support for Windows Server 2022 and 2019

You can use KMS hosts with previous versions of Windows Server to activate newer versions of Windows Server 2022 or 2019. But there are a number of limitations.

The KMS host (CSVLK) for activating Windows Server 2022 and Windows 11 (and all previous versions of Windows) can only be installed on Windows Server 2022, 2019, or 2016 (WS 2012R2 is not supported).

You need to install additional updates on Windows Server 2019 or 2016 that extend KMS support for Windows Server 2022. In April 2021, Microsoft released a special update KB5003478. This update is added to the latest cumulative updates for Windows Server. This means that you only need to install any cumulative Windows Server 2019/2016 update released after June 2021.

  • Windows Server 2019KB5003646 (June 8, 2021) or later
  • Windows Server 2016KB5003638 (June 8, 2021) or later

If you have only a Windows Server 2019 KMS host key, it will activate all Windows versions up to Windows Server 2019 and Windows 10. You can install such a KMS key on Windows Server 2019, 2016, or 2012 R2.

Install these updates on Windows Server 2012 R2:

  • KB3173424  — Servicing Stack Update, July 2016;
  • Any Windows Server 2012 R2 cumulative update released after December 11, 2018 (KB4471320) or newer.

The following updates are necessary on Windows Server 2016:

  • KB4132216 — Servicing Stack Update, May 2018;
  • Any Windows Server 2016 cumulative update released after November 27, 2018 (KB4467681) or newer.

After installing updates and rebooting the KMS server, you can install a new KMS Host Key on it and activate it as described above.

If you have not installed updates to support KMS activation of new versions of Windows Server, then when you install a new Windows key Srv 2022 (or 2019) DataCtr/Std KMS using the following command, an error will appear:

Error: 0xC004F015 On a computer running Microsoft Windows non-core edition, run ‘slui.exe 0x2a 0xC004F015’ to display the error test.

slmgr - Error: 0xC004F015 On a computer running Microsoft Windows non-core edition

At the same time the error with the following description can be found in the Event Viewer logs:

Installation of the Proof of Purchase failed. 0xC004F015 Partial Pkey=xxxxxxxxxxxx ACID = xxxID

Installation of the Proof of Purchase failed. 0xC004F015

When trying to activate the KMS key via the GUI, the following error appears:

Invalid product key or license mismatch.  Please confirm this product key is entered correctly and is valid for this application or Windows edition.

confirm this product key is entered correctly and is valid for this application or Windows edition

Also, the error may look like this:

0xC004F050 - The Software Licensing Service reported that the product key is invalid.

When you try to activate any client on such a KMS server, an error will appear that the activation server is unavailable ().

To fix this error, you need to install the latest cumulative security updates on your Windows Server KMS host with the Volume Activation Services role.

GVLK Keys for Windows Server 2022, 2019 and Windows 10 LTSC

The list of public KMS activation keys (GVLK – Generic Volume License Key) for different Windows Server 2022, 2019, and Windows 10 LTSC editions are given in the following table:

Windows EditionGVLK Key
Windows Server 2019 DatacenterWMDGN-G9PQG-XVVXX-R3X43-63DFG
Windows Server 2019 StandardN69G4-B89J2-4G8F4-WWYCC-J464C
Windows Server 2019 EssentialsWVDHN-86M7X-466P6-VHXV7-YY726
Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019M7XTQ-FN8P6-TTKYV-9D4CC-J462D
Windows 10 Enterprise N LTSC 201992NFX-8DJQP-P6BBQ-THF9C-7CG2H
Windows Server 2022 DatacenterWX4NM-KYWYW-QJJR4-XV3QB-6VM33
Windows Server 2022 StandardVDYBN-27WPP-V4HQT-9VMD4-VMK7H

To install a public GVLK key on a computer or server, you need to run the command (where is the GVLK key from the table above, depending on the Windows edition):


You can manually specify the address and port of the KMS server on which you want to activate your Windows:


To activate your Windows instance on a KMS server:


To check Windows activation status:

If you want to activate a previously installed evaluation version of Windows Server 2022 on your KMS server, you first have to convert your Windows Server EVAL edition to the full version according to the guide.
Источник: http://woshub.com/kms-activation-windows-server-2019/

Adapter Issues

Review known issues associated with adapters.

Disable the Timestamp When Registering WSDL Files

When registering a web service that uses the wss_username_token_over_ssl_service_policy policy reference in Application Composer, ensure that you disable the timestamp in the WSDL files.

This action ensures that your integration runs successfully during runtime. Note that you may receive the following warning during web service registration:

You can ignore this warning and select the required security policy to register the web service.

Adobe eSign Adapter is Not Currently Supported in Trial Accounts

The Adobe eSign Adapter is currently only supported with paid accounts. If using Oracle Integration with a trial account, use the REST Adapter instead of the Adobe eSign Adapter.

Integrations with Oracle Fusion Applications Adapters Fail When Release 12 is Upgraded to Release 13

When using the following Oracle Fusion Application adapters, integrations configured with Release 12 REST APIs fail to work when the respective Oracle Sales Cloud, Oracle HCM Cloud, or Oracle ERP Cloud instance is upgraded to Release 13:

  • Oracle Sales Cloud Adapter

  • Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter

  • Oracle ERP Cloud Adapter

Any new adapter connection added to an existing or new integration that involves invocation of Release 13 Oracle Sales Cloud, Oracle HCM Cloud, or Oracle ERP Cloud REST APIs using the above adapters works without issues.

You can delete and recreate the endpoint that was created using the respective adapter. The deletion of the existing endpoint removes any mappings that were previously created.

Performing Update Table Operation Against Multiple Tables with Relations May Cause Issues

When the Update Table operation is performed against two or more tables with relations in the Oracle Database Adapter, the records in the child table may be inserted or deleted. Therefore, if the input to the update contains only one detail record, the other detail records in the table are deleted.

Execution Agent Is Not Included

The current release does not include the execution agent.

For the latest status on this agent, contact Oracle Support Services.

Oracle Sales Cloud REST APIs Sometimes Do Not Appear in the Oracle Sales Cloud Adapter

Oracle Sales Cloud REST API services sometimes do not appear when using the Oracle Sales Cloud Adapter as an invoke connection in an integration.

As a workaround, perform the following steps:
  1. Create a new sandbox in Oracle Sales Cloud.

  2. Navigate to Common AppComposer Account > Fields > Test_c.

  3. Deselect the Include in Service Payload option.

  4. Navigate to Sales AppComposer.

  5. Edit Order_c > Fields > AccountId_c .

  6. Deselect the Include in Service Payload option.

  7. Repeat the same steps (deselect the Include in Service Payload option) for the following fields in Opportunity > Opportunity object > Fields.

    • Architect_c

    • Builder_c

    • Contractor_c

    • Designer_c

    • Installer_c

    • PriceBookName_c

  8. Publish the sandbox and test if the above calls are working now.

Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter ZIP File Issues

Note the following issues when using the Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter ZIP file feature:

  • A ZIP file that is extracted using the Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter must only contain a single file. If there are multiple files, only the file with the most recent time stamp is extracted.

  • The supported method for using the Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter ZIP file feature is to first zip your files, and then encrypt them.

Integration Activation Failure with Pre-2017 R1 Version of Oracle CPQ Cloud Adapter as a Trigger

Integrations configured with the Oracle CPQ Cloud Adapter as a trigger are failing to activate with the following error. This issue is only occurring in versions of the Oracle CPQ Cloud Adapter prior to 2017 R1.

This issue occurs when you have a repeating element in the CPQ WSDL (for example, in and ). Explicitly remove this repeating element from the IAR file. After making this update, the integration can be activated.

This issue does not occur in the 2017 R1 version of the Oracle CPQ Cloud Adapter.

Table Relationships Not Displaying by Default when Adding a MySQL Adapter Connection as an Invoke to an Integration

When adding a MySQL adapter connection as an invoke to an integration, the relationship between two related tables is not shown by default. This behavior also occurs when a foreign key is declared in one of the imported tables. A workaround is not available.

A Single Call with Multiple Updates is Not Supported with the SQL Server Adapter in Basic Map Data Integration Patterns

A single call with multiple updates is not supported with the SQL Server Adapter in basic map data integration patterns. In the case of multiple updates, use an orchestrated integration pattern or a basic map data integration pattern with enrichments.

Swagger Representation for an Endpoint Throws an Empty Response

Assume you create and activate an integration with a trigger and invoke REST Adapter configured with a swagger URI. After getting the swagger URI from the activated integration and using it to configure a second outbound integration, an empty response payload error is displayed when the second integration is activated and invoked.

REST Adapter Basic Authorization Security Policy Limitation

The REST Adapter Basic Authorization security policy does not have a token management and token refresh. If a token expires, you must test the connection in design time before proceeding. For example, if you have an integration that includes a REST Adapter and Google Calendar Adapter, and the Google Calendar token expires, this causes a failure.

As a workaround, perform one of the following steps:

  • Go to the Credentials dialog of the Connections page and click Provide Consent.

  • Use the OAuth Custom Three Lgged Flow security policy with a refresh token request.

Testing a REST Adapter Connection with the HTTP Basic Authentication Security Policy Does Not Validate the Credentials

Testing a REST Adapter connection configured with the HTTP basic authentication security policy and a role connection of Trigger and Invoke or Invoke does not validate the credentials and simply opens a connection to the provided URL. To validate the endpoint and credentials, the REST Adapter must invoke an API that is idempotent.

REST Adapter Does Not Support Services Returning Multipart Data

If you create a REST Adapter connection that returns multipart/mixed or multipart/form-data, you cannot design an integration with the REST Adapter as both the inbound and outbound connections because the response does not support both the multipart/mixed and multipart/form-data media types.

Redirect URL Constructed in an Expanded Domain Fails the Provide Consent Button

Redirect URI configuration with the REST Adapter is required for the following security policies: OAuth Authorization Code Credentials and OAuth Custom Three Legged Flow.

Use the following format when configuring the redirect URI for the client application:

You must create a third party project before creating a connection with the REST Adapter using an OAuth Custom Three Legged Flow security policy.

  1. Go to the developer console for the third party application.

  2. Create a new application.

  3. Provide the Oracle Integration redirect URI inside the third party application.

    Enter the SSL URL for the OAuth callback for your Oracle Integration instance. The format is as follows:

    For example, assume the URL you use to access your Oracle Integration instance is the following:

    The SSL URL for the OAuth callback is likely to be the following:

    Note:

    Application creation is specific to each vendor.

For an example of configuring the redirect URI with the Google Calendar Adapter, see Creating the Google Calendar Project.

Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter Issues

When using the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter in an integration, you may encounter the following issues:

  • Trading partner setup form does not accept a password with special characters

    The Trading Partner Setup form does not accept a password with special characters. Therefore, the Oracle Integration password should be a combination of text and numbers.

    To resolve this issue, apply the following patches to enable Oracle XML Gateway to accept passwords with special characters:
    • For Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2, apply Patch 27752692:R12.ECX.C.
    • For Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3, apply Patch 28310667:R12.ECX.B.
  • Service invocation fails for certain PL/SQL APIs with table type input parameters

    When invoking certain PL/SQL APIs having table type input parameters, the following exception may occur:

    To resolve the exception, pass an empty element in the request corresponding to the table type in the API. For example, when invoking the API with table type parameters , , and , pass the empty tags as a workaround:

    1. Export the integration with the mappings for the Oracle E-Business Suite request.

    2. Locate the corresponding file to change the mapping entries for , , and as follows:

    3. Import this modified mapping for the request mapping.

    4. Activate the integration and the API should be invoked successfully.

Siebel Application WSDL Validation Errors During Activation of Siebel Inbound Services

Siebel Application WSDL validation errors are thrown during activation of a few Siebel inbound services.

A Siebel application WSDL has duplicate element definitions with the same namespace. When you configure the Oracle Siebel Adapter, Siebel application WSDL validation errors are thrown during activation of these Siebel inbound services.

Workaround

Implement either of the following workarounds to resolve the validation errors.

  • Correct the WSDL in the Siebel application and reconfigure the integration flow in Oracle Integration so that the Siebel adapter picks the correct WSDL.

  • Deactivate the services in the Siebel Call center so that these services do not appear in the Siebel adapter operations page.

ERP System Does Not Add a Document ID in the JSON String When a Load Interface Job Fails

When a load interface job fails during an integration import, the ERP system adds the document ID in the JSON callback string. However, the document ID is missing from the ERP JSON payload. Therefore, the Oracle ERP Cloud Adapter cannot process the ERP callback payload.

Integration Issues

Review known issues associated with integrations.

Error Invoking Process Using Message Start with No Input Arguments

When invoking an activated process in an integration where the process uses a Message Start event, the Message Start must have input parameters (arguments) defined. If no parameters are present, a 400 Bad Request response status is returned..

Windows 10 Design-Time Issues

If you attempt to drag a connection into an integration when using the Chrome browser on Windows 10, the connection is not added. If you use Internet Explorer, a forbidden icon is displayed.

If you disable support for the touch screen and restart the browser, this issue goes away.

Notification Action Failure Does Not Impact an Orchestrated Integration Flow

If a notification action fails, the overall integration flow continues running past that action. The Tracking page shows a red icon for the corresponding notification action. A fault is logged, but not reported as a failure for the instance. If you view the error on the Tracking page, the fault is not shown.

Integration Invocation Issue with the Chrome Browser

When you invoke an integration endpoint directly from the Chrome browser, it throws an error. The Chrome browser throws this error when an API supports both the Basic Authentication and the OAuth Authentication mechanisms. Use a different browser to run your integration.

Icon and Screen Text are Overlayed When Adblock Plus Extension is Enabled in Safari Browser

If you use the Safari browser with the Adblock Plus extension enabled, the icon and screen text that are displayed in the banner indicating the status of integration creation/editing are overlayed. Disable this extension to eliminate the problem.

Inner For-Each Actions Do Show the Badge and are Not Tracked in the Audit Trail in Successful Integrations

On the Tracking instance details page, activities inside a for-each action are not logged and any inner for-each action does not display the badge for a completed integration. The audit trail only shows a message saying that the outer for-each action started and ended. In case of failure (for example, the inner for-each action failed), the badge is displayed for the inner for-each action. The audit trail shows messages related to activities inside the for-each action up until the point of failure.

In addition, the lines are shown as dotted (...) inside the for-each action for a successful integration. For a failure inside a for-each action, solid lines are shown (in green) before the point of failure and the failed node and line before it are marked in red.

Browser Issues When Using the Mapper and Expression Builder

If using Windows 10 Chrome or Internet Explorer or Chrome on an Android 6 mobile device, you cannot drag and drop elements in the Expression Builder and mapper. This problem does not occur with Firefox.

Using the Mapper with Touch Screen Interfaces on Windows 10

The mapper has a known issue with touch screen interferes when dragging and dropping components on Windows 10 hosts (for example, dragging and dropping connections from the Connections palette). Check if your Windows 10 host has touch screen enabled. If so, disable it.

API Library Issue

Note the following API library issue.

  • If you attempt to register and save an uploaded library without any functions on the Libraries page, you receive a null pointer exception error. Ensure that your uploaded library includes functions.

Configure a Global Fault to Prevent the Sending of Messages to the Error Hospital

You can configure a global fault in an orchestrated integration to prevent the sending of messages to the error hospital. You first delete the Error Hospital icon that is automatically added to a global fault, then perform either of the following options:

  • Add a Stop action, then add a Switch action. Note that the Stop action can be deleted. However, deleting the Stop action causes a confirmation dialog to be displayed. After confirming your decision, the Stop action being deleted is replaced with another Stop action automatically.

  • Add a Switch action. Note that a Stop action is added automatically, but it cannot be deleted and replaced with an Error Hospital icon.

If you want to get the Error Hospital icon back, you must recreate the integration (for example, delete and recreate the whole integration or delete every action in the integration until it is empty, and then add the Error Hospital icon back in).

Oracle Integration Message Delivery Does Not Work in XA Mode

Oracle Integration message delivery does not work in XA mode. There is a chance for duplicate messages to be delivered to the destination. This may occur when the managed servers go down or any other scenario in which the managed servers must be brought down when messages are being processed.

Used Icons are Not Displayed for Delayed Schema Loads on the Tracking Page

If you select an element for tracking on the Business Identifiers for Tracking page that is more than three levels deep (which requires clicking the Load more link), these elements are not marked with the green used icon after you save, exit, and then re-enter this page. This is a display issue only. If you attempt to redrag the element, an error is displayed indicating that this element is currently being tracked.

Schema Information is Lost When Re-editing the Oracle Messaging Cloud Service Adapter

If you create an integration that includes an Oracle Messaging Cloud Service adapter for which you specified the XSD schema file, when you invoke the adapter configuration wizard again to re-edit that adapter, the XSD schema file is lost and must be specified again.

Preferences Are Cleared When Browser Cookies Are Deleted

Assume you select user_name > Preferences in the upper right corner of the page, select Show these options at sign in, save your changes, and log out. The next time you log in, the preferences page is displayed. However, if you log out and then delete all cookies in your web browser, the next time you log in, the preferences page is not displayed. This is because preferences are stored in the cookies of the browser. Clearing the cookies resets the preferences.

Inaccurate Error Message When Specifying a Large Number of Months for the Scheduling Frequency

When creating a schedule, if you manually enter a value of when specifying the number of months in the Frequency section, you receive a error message. You can only specify a value of or less.

Runtime Issues

Review known issues associated with runtime.

Switch Action Inside a Scope Causes a Condition Validation Problem

If you define a switch action inside a scope, the correct switch branch may not always be taken.

For example, assume you define the following cases:
  • Case 1

    • Main branch: " or or

    • Otherwise branch

  • Case 2

    • Main branch: or or

    • Otherwise branch

Both expressions are valid. However, in Case 1, if you send a payload with , the payload incorrectly goes to the main switch branch, and not to the otherwise switch branch. In Case 2, the message correctly goes to the otherwise switch branch.

This occurs for the following reasons:

For or or , the expression gets parsed into three separate conditions:
  • .

  • . This is not a comparison to the value of . To evaluate this conditional expression, which must evaluate to boolean, the boolean XPath function is applied to . This means the expression becomes and as per the boolean XPath functions definition, it returns for nonzero-length strings. This way, the entire OR expression is evaluated to .

  • . As explained for , this also evaluates to .

    However, if you use the expression shown in Case 2:

    These choices are parsed as three comparisons:
If the is none of the above, all three expressions evaluate to and a final is returned.

Data Missing when Navigating from Tracking Details Page to Monitoring Page

When navigating from the Tracking Details page of a Map Data integration to the Monitoring Dashboards page, data is not initially displayed with the following browsers. This occurs when browsing in both regular mode and private mode.

  • Firefox browser:

    • The diagrams under CONNECTIONS, INTEGRATIONS, and SCHEDULED INTEGRATIONS for the Integration Health selection of the Dashboards page are not displayed. If you click the Refresh icon for Integration Health, a message is displayed.

    • The Hourly History and Daily History bar charts are missing.

    • If you select System Health from the dropdown list, the Unquiesced state diagram and FILE SYSTEM STATUS diagram are missing.

  • Chrome browser:

    • The Dashboards page size is reduced. If you click the Refresh icon, a blank page is displayed.

    • When navigating to any page under Monitoring (for example, Integrations, Agents, Tracking, Runs, and Errors), a blank page is displayed.

As a workaround, refresh the page using the browser refresh option, and not the Dashboards page refresh option.

Cannot View the Payload for Synchronous Integrations and Nonrecoverable Faults

For synchronous integrations and nonrecoverable faults, you cannot view the payload on the Error Message Details page and Tracking page.

Источник: https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/integration-cloud/known-issues/integrations-issues.html

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VMware Workspace ONE Access (formerly known as Identity Manager) is a component of VMware Workspace ONE.

  • For Horizon, VMware Workspace ONE Access enables SAML authentication, and integration of additional apps from Citrix and the web (e.g. SaaS).
  • For full functionality, VMware Workspace ONE Access should be paired with VMware Workspace ONE UEM (aka AirWatch; not detailed in this article).

Workspace ONE Access System and Network Configuration Requirements at VMware Docs.

From Workspace ONE Access Architecture in the VMware Workspace ONE and VMware Horizon Reference Architecture:

Single data center:

Multiple data centers:

Upgrade

Version 19.03 and newer no longer include the embedded Connector so you must deploy one or two Windows machines to run the external connector. The embedded Connector can be migrated to the external Windows connector.

You must upgrade to Workspace ONE Access 20.10 before you can upgrade to Workspace ONE Access 21.08. See Overview of Upgrading to Workspace ONE Access 21.08 at VMware Docs.

Make sure the Identity Manager SQL Service Account is a db_owner on the Identity Manager database. You can remove the permission after the upgrade.

For clusters, remove all nodes except one from the load balancer and upgrade the node that is still connected to the load balancer. Then upgrade the remaining nodes.

If you don’t have an Windows-based Connector and need to migrate from the Embedded Connector, then do the following:

  1. Download the VMware Identity Manager Standalone Connector Installer for Windows. You’ll install this later.
  2. From the same page, download the Cluster Migration Support Tools.
  3. Enable ssh access for the root account if you haven’t already.
  4. WinSCP to the Identity Manager appliance and upload the cluster-support.tgz file to the /root directory. After uploading the file, don’t close WinSCP yet.
  5. SSH (e.g. Putty) to the appliance as root.
  6. Run /usr/local/horizon/update/updatemgr.hzn updateinstaller
  7. You’ll be prompted to enter passwords for the cluster file.

  8. Back in WinSCP, download the .enc file that was created. You might have to refresh WinSCP to see the file.
  9. Then back in SSH, run /usr/local/horizon/update/updatemgr.hzn update
  10. Updating will take several minutes.
  11. Run the check command again to see if there are any other updates available.
  12. Then reboot the appliance.
  13. Build a Windows 2016 or Windows 2019 server. Windows 2019 is supported with Connector 21.08 and newer. For redundancy, you can build two Windows servers.
  14. Copy the .enc file to the C: drive of the Windows server. It will not work from a UNC path.
  15. On the Windows server, run VMware_Identity_Manager_Connector_19.03.0.0_Installer.exe to install the Connector.
  16. Click Next through a few obvious screens and then check the box when asked Are you migrating your Connector.
  17. Browse to the local .enc file, enter the password specified earlier, and then click Next.
  18. In the next page, verify the hostname, and then click Next.
  19. In the domain user account page, note that some of the authentication methods require the connector to run as a service account so you might as well set that up now. Click Next.
    • The service account must be a local administrator on the Connector server.
  20. Click Next through the end of the wizard.
  21. Click No when prompted to load the Connector’s admin page because the Connector should already be configured.
  22. If Windows Firewall is enabled, then add a rule to permit inbound TCP 8443. This rule allows you to configure Authentication adapters from a remote machine.
  23. In Identity Manager Admin, at Identity & Access Management > Setup > Connectors, you can delete the old embedded connector.
  24. In Identity & Access Management (Manage), click the Identity Providers tab.
  25. Then click the link for the Workspace IdP.
  26. In the IdP Hostname field, edit the URL to point to the external Windows connector. With outbound mode, this URL is only used for Kerberos authentication, if enabled.

New Deployment Preparation

DNS Configuration

If you intend to build multiple appliances (3 or more) and load balance them, specify a unique DNS name for each appliance. The Load Balancing DNS name is different from the appliance DNS names. For example:

  • Appliance 1 = access01.corp.local
  • Appliance 2 = access02.corp.local
  • Appliance 3 = access03.corp.local
  • Load Balancing Name = access.corp.com. This name is used both internally and externally.

VMware Workspace ONE Access DNS names are separate from Horizon DNS names.

You’ll need SSL certificates that match these names.

Each of these DNS names must have a corresponding reverse DNS pointer record.

  1. Create DNS records for the virtual appliances.
  2. Create reverse pointer records too. Reverse pointer records are required.

LDAP Accounts

  1. All accounts synced with VMware Workspace ONE Access must have First Name, Last Name, and E-mail Address configured, including the Bind account.
  2. Create a new Active Directory group for your VMware Workspace ONE Access users. Assign this group to your pools instead of assigning Domain Users.

SQL Database

If you want to build multiple Identity Manager appliances and load balance them, configure them with an external database (e.g. Microsoft SQL).

For a script that performs all required SQL configuration, see Configure a Microsoft SQL Database at VMware Docs.

  1. In SQL Management Studio, create a New Query.
  2. Copy the SQL commands from VMware Docs and paste them into the New Query window.
    1. For Windows Authentication, copy the commands from Configure the Microsoft SQL Database with Windows Authentication Mode.
    2. For SQL Authentication, copy the commands from Configure Microsoft SQL Database Using Local SQL Server Authentication Mode.
    3. Change the values in the brackets.
    4. According to Rob Beekmans at Deploying VMware Workspace One 3.x – database setup, mandatory or changeable parameters?, in Identity Manager 3.0 and newer, you can change any of the parameters, except that the database schema (but not database name) must be saas.
  3. Then click Execute.

OVF Deployment

  1. Download the VMware Workspace ONE Access 21.08.0.0 Service Virtual Appliance OVA file.
  2. In the vSphere Web Client, right-click a cluster, and click Deploy OVF Template.
  3. In the Select source page, browse to the identity-manager-21.08.0.0_OVF10.ova file, and click Next.
  4. In the Select name and location page, enter a name for the VM, and click Next.
  5. In the Select a resource page, select a cluster, and click Next.
  6. In the Review details page, click Next.
  7. In the Accept License Agreements page, click Accept, and then click Next.
  8. In the Configuration page, select a size and click Next.
  9. In the Select storage page, select Thin Provision, select a datastore, and click Next.
  10. In the Select networks page, select the network for the appliance. You can deploy it either internally, or in the DMZ. If in the DMZ, you can later install Workspace ONE Access Connectors in the internal network in outbound only mode. Click Next.
  11. In the Customize template page:
    1. Make a choice regarding Customer Experience Improvement Program.
    2. Select a time zone.
    3. Expand Networking Properties if it’s not already expanded.
    4. The Networking Properties are displayed in a different order depending on which vSphere Web Client you’re using.
    5. Host Name – Enter a hostname for the first appliance.
      • If you intend to build multiple appliances and load balance them, then each appliance needs a unique name that does not match the load balanced name. If you only want to build one appliance, then the appliance Host Name should match whatever users will use to access Identity Manager.
    6. DNS and Gateway – In the Networking Properties section, enter the standard DNS and Gateway information.
    7. According to Install the Workspace ONE Access OVA File at VMware Docs, the Domain Name and Domain Search Path fields are not used.
    8. IP Address – Enter the IP address that is configured in DNS for the host name. DNS reverse lookup for this IP address must resolve to the appliance Host Name.
  12. Click Next.
  13. In the Ready to complete page, click Finish.

Setup Wizard

  1. Power on the appliance.
  2. Wait for the appliance to power on and fully boot.
  3. Go to https://myAccessFQDN to access the Access Setup Wizard.

    Note: you must connect to the DNS name. Connecting to the IP address will cause problems during the database setup process.

  4. In the Set Passwords page, enter passwords for the three accounts, and click Continue.

  5. In the Select Database page, change it to External Database.

    Note: this page will only function properly if your address bar has a DNS name instead of an IP address.

  6. For Windows authentication, enter a JDBC URL similar to the following, enter credentials for the Horizon Windows service account, and then click Continue. Access 21.08 and newer has an option to encrypt the database connection. jdbc:jtds:sqlserver://<hostname_or_IP_address:port#>/<database_name>;integratedSecurity=true;domain=<domainname>;useNTLMv2=true;multiSubnetFailover=true
  7. For SQL authentication, enter a JDBC URL similar to the following, enter the credentials for the Horizon SQL account, and then click Continue. Access 21.08 and newer has an option to encrypt the database connection. jdbc:sqlserver://mysqlserver.corp.local;DatabaseName=saas;multiSubnetFailover=true

  8. The database will be configured.
  9. In the Setup Review page, click the link to log in to the Admin Console.

SSH – Enable Root Access

This is optional. Enabling root access lets you use root credentials when using WinSCP to connect to the appliance. Instructions can be found at VMware Blog Post Enabling SSH in Horizon Workspace Virtual Appliances.

  1. Putty to the VMware Workspace ONE Access appliance.
  2. Login as sshuser.
  3. Run su – and enter the root password.
  4. Run .
  5. Scroll down to line containing PermitRootLogin.
  6. Press <i> on the keyboard to change to insert mode.
  7. Go to the end of the line and change no to yes.
  8. Press <ESC> to exit insert mode.
  9. Type to save the file and exit.
  10. Run .

VMware Access Certificate

The Windows Connectors require the VMware Access certificate to be trusted. Generate a new appliance certificate using a trusted Certificate Authority and install the certificate on the appliance.

  1. Login to the Identity Manager web page as the admin user in the System Domain.
  2. Click Dashboard and then click System Diagnostics Dashboard.
  3. Click the VA Configuration button next to the appliance.
  4. On the left, click the page named Install SSL Certificates.
  5. On the right, click Choose File next to Import Certificate File.
  6. Identity Manager 19.03 and newer let you browse to a .pfx file instead of a PEM file.
  7. In the Password field, enter the .pfx password.
  8. Click Save.
  9. It will take several minutes for the certificate to be installed and the appliance to restart.

Load Balancing

VMware Access can be cloned, clustered, load balanced, and globally load balanced as shown below. Source = Multi-site Design in the Workspace ONE Access Architecture.

To clone multiple VMware Access appliances and load balance them, see one of the following:

Windows Connector

Identity Manager 19.03 and newer no longer include an embedded connector. Instead, build one or more Windows connectors.

Note: Connector 21.08 and newer does support Horizon. Connectors from VMware Access 20.10 and 20.01 do not support Horizon. Or stay with Connector version 19.03 or 19.03.01.

Note: 19.03.01 only works with VMware Access 20.10 service. Do not deploy 19.03.01 on older Identity Manager or older VMware Access. Reference = VMware Communities.

  1. Load balance your VMware Access appliances so the Connector can connect to the Load Balanced FQDN instead of a single VMware Access appliance.
  2. Build one or more Windows machines on the internal network that will host the Windows connector. The Windows machines must be joined to the domain.
  3. The VMware Access certificate must be trusted by the Connector servers.
  4. Login to the VMware Access administration console through the load balanced FQDN as the admin user in the System Domain.
  5. On the top tabs, switch to Identity & Access Management.
  6. On the sub-menu bar, on the far right, click Setup.
  7. On the sub-menu bar, on the left, click Connectors.
  8. Click the blue NEW button.
  9. In the Select the Connector page, select the Workspace ONE Access Connector 21.08 and click OK.
  10. Click Proceed Anyway.
  11. In the Download Installer page, click the button to Go to myvmware.com and download the connector installer if you haven’t already. Then click Next.
  12. In the Download Configuration File page, enter a password and click Download Configuration File and save it somewhere. Then click Next.
  13. In the Summary page, click Close.
  14. See Workspace ONE Access Connector 21.08 Systems Requirements at VMware Docs for sizing guidelines. For example, installing all components on a single server requires 12 GB of RAM.
  15. On the Windows machine, run Workspace-ONE-Access-Connector-Installer-21.08.0.0.exe.
  16. Click Install to install .NET Framework 4.8.
  17. Click Yes to restart.
  18. Restart the install by running Workspace-ONE-Access-Connector-Installer-21.08.0.0.exe.
  19. In the Welcome to the Installation Wizard for Workspace ONE Access Connector page, click Next.
  20. In the License Agreement page, click I accept the terms, and then click Next.
  21. In the Service Selection page, click Next.
  22. In the Specify configuration file page, browse to the es-config.json file downloaded earlier and then click Next.
  23. In the Select Default or Custom Installation page, choose Custom and then click Next.
  24. In the Specify Proxy Server Information page, click Next.
  25. In the Specify Syslog Server Information page, click Next.
  26. In the Install Trusted Root Certificates page, click Browse and upload your CA and Intermediate certificates that signed the VMware Access certificate. Java uses different root certificates than Windows so you’ll need to upload them here so Java can use them. Click Next.
  27. If you are installing the Kerberos Auth Service, then select a .pfx certificate that clients will trust and click Next.
  28. In the Specify Ports page, click Next.
  29. In the Specify Service Account page, enter service account credentials and then click Next.
    • The service account must be added to the local Administrators group.
  30. In the Ready to Install the Program page, click Install.
  31. In the Installation Wizard Completed page, click Finish
  32. Go back to VMware Access and see the new Connector. If you don’t see it, then check C:\Program Files\Workspace ONE Access\Virtual App Service\logs on the Connector server.

Configuration

Active Directory

  1. Login to the VMware Access web page as the admin user in the System Domain.
  2. Switch to the Identity & AccessManagement tab.
  3. On the top right, switch to the Setup view.
  4. On the left, switch to the User Attributes sub-tab.
  5. Scroll down. Check the boxes next to distinguishedName and userPrincipalName. These are needed for Horizon.
  6. In the Add other attributes to use section, click the plus icon.
  7. Enter objectGUID.
  8. Click the green plus and add mS-DS-ConsistencyGuid. These are needed for Office 365 integration.
  9. Then click Save.
  10. On the top right, switch to the Manage view.
  11. On the Directories tab, click AddDirectory > Active Directory.
  12. Enter a Directory Name.
  13. Change it to Active Directory over integrated Windows Authentication.
  14. Select a Directory Sync Connector. You can select more Sync Connectors later.
  15. Scroll down.
  16. Enter the LDAP Bind credentials. Click Save& Next.
  17. Select the domains you want to sync, and click Next.
  18. In the Map User Attributes page, scroll down, select any missing attribute, and click Next.
  19. In the Select the Groups page, click the plus icon to add a DN.
  20. Enter a Base DN in LDAP format, and click Find Groups.
  21. Search for your Access Users group, select it, and click Save.
  22. Click Next.
  23. In the Select the Users page, click Next.
  24. In the Sync Frequency field, make a selection and then click Sync Directory.
  25. You can click the link to view the Sync log.
  26. You can click the directory name, and then click Sync log to view the log.

  27. Sync Settings can be changed by clicking the button on the right.

Sync Connector Redundancy

  1. Build another Windows Connector.
  2. In the VMware Access console, in the Identity & Access Management page, on the left, click the Directories link.
  3. Click the link for your Active Directory domain.
  4. On the right, click the Sync Settings button.
  5. Switch to the Sync Service tab.
  6. Select the second connector and click the plus icon.
  7. You can order the connectors in failover order. Click Save.

Sync Group Membership

By default, VMware Access does not synchronize group members. You can force a sync.

  1. Go to Users & Groups > Groups.
  2. Notice that the groups are Not Synced. Click the link for a group.
  3. Switch to the Users tab. Then click the Sync Users button.

Logon Experience

  1. Go to Identity & Access Management > Setup > Preferences.
  2. On the bottom, Identity Manager 2.9.1 and newer lets you optionally hide the Domain Drop-Down menu. Then select the unique identifier that Identity Manager will use to find the user’s domain (typically UPN). Identity Manager 3.3 and newer can show a Domain Drop-Down if a unique domain cannot be identified.
  3. The user will be prompted to enter the unique identifier.

Administrators

  1. Go to the Roles tab.
  2. You can add a Role. See VMware Blog Post Introducing Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) in VMware Identity Manager 3.2.
  3. Select an existing role (e.g. Super Admin), and click Assign.
  4. Search for the user that you want to assign the role to. If the user doesn’t show up, then make sure you are syncing the user, or sync the members of a group that the user is a member of.
  5. Then click Save.

License

  1. Switch to the tab named ApplianceSettings.
  2. Switch to the sub-tab named License.
  3. Enter the license key, and click Save. A Horizon 7 Advanced or Horizon 7 Enterprise license key will work. Horizon 8 license doesn’t seem to work.

SMTP

  1. On the top, click the ApplianceSettings tab,
  2. Click the sub-tab named SMTP.
  3. Enter your mail server information, and click Save.

Kerberos Authentication

Kerberos lets users Single Sign-on to the VMware Access web page. Some notes on Kerberos authentication:

  • It only works for Windows clients.
  • The clients connect to the Connectors so firewall must permit the inbound connection to the Connectors on TCP 443. Outbound only does not work with Kerberos.
    • For High Availability, load balance your Connectors.
  • The Connector (or load balancer) must have a valid, trusted certificate.
  • The Connector’s FQDN (or load balancer FQDN) must be in Internet Explorer’s Local Intranet zone.

Connector Certificate

To upload a certificate to the Connector:

  1. On the Windows Connector machine, run the Connector installer.
  2. In the Program Maintenance page, leave it set to Add/Remove Services and click Next.
  3. Keep clicking Next until you get to the Install SSL Certificate for Kerberos Auth Service page. Browse to the .pfx, enter the password, and then finish the wizard.

TCP 443 Inbound

TCP 443 must be opened inbound to the Connectors. You might have to add TCP 443 to a Windows Firewall rule.

Enable Kerberos authentication

  1. Login to the VMware Access administration web page.
  2. On the top, go to the Identity & AccessManagement tab.
  3. Click the sub-tab named Enterprise Authentication Methods.
  4. Click the New button and then click Kerberos.
  5. In the Directory and Hosts page, select the local directory. Select the Connectors. Then click Next.
  6. In the Configuration page, if you plan to load balance the Connectors, then change Enable Redirect to Yes. Then finish the wizard.
  7. Go to Identity & Access Management > Identity Providers.
  8. On the top right, click Add Identity Provider and then click Create Workspace IDP.
  9. Give the IDP a name.
  10. In the Users field, select the directory.
  11. In the Authentication Method field, select Kerberos.
  12. In the IdP Hostname field, enter the FQDN that is load balanced to the Connectors. Click Add.

Configure Policy to use Kerberos

  1. After enabling the Kerberos adapter, in Identity Manager 3.2 and newer, go to Identity & Access Management > Manage > Policies and click Network Ranges.
  2. Add a Network Range for internal networks if you haven’t already.
  3. Go to Identity & Access Management > Manage > Policies.
  4. Click Edit Default Policy.
  5. Click Next to go to the Configuration page.
  6. Click Add Policy Rule. Or Click the plus icon to add a Policy Rule.
  7. Select a Network Range for the internal network.
  8. For and the user accessing content from, set it to Web Browser.
  9. Optionally configure and user belongs to group(s). When enabled, VMware Access asks the user for username only, and then looks up group membership to determine which authentication methods should be used. See Access Policy Settings at VMware Docs.
  10. Select Kerberos as the first authentication method.
  11. Select Password (cloud deployment) as the second authentication method. Click Save or OK.
  12. Drag the new Policy Rule to move it to the top. Then click Next and Save.
  13. If you break your config such that you can’t login anymore, then see Enabling Break-Glass URL Endpoint /SAAS/Login/0 in Workspace ONE Access at VMware Docs.

Customize Appearance

  1. If you go to Identity & Access Management > Setup > Custom Branding, on the Names & Logos tab you can change the browser’s title and favicon.

  2. If you then switch to the Sign-In Screen page, you can upload a logo, upload an image, and change colors.
  3. If you go to Identity & Access Management > Manage > Password Recovery Assistant, you can configure a link to a password recovery tool, or change the Forgot password message.
  4. If you scroll down you can optionally Show detailed message to End User when authentication fails.
  5. Click Catalog, and then click Settings.
  6. On the left, click User Portal Branding.
  7. Make changes to Logos, colors, etc.

Resources

Horizon Console – Enable SAML Authentication

  1. Login to Horizon Console.
  2. On the left, under Settings, click Servers.
  3. On the right, switch to the Connection Servers tab.
  4. Select a Connection Server, and click Edit.
  5. On the Authentication tab, change Delegation of authentication to VMware Horizon to Allowed.
  6. Click Manage SAML Authenticators.
  7. Click Add.
  8. In the Label field, enter a descriptive label.
  9. In the Metadata URL field, enter the VMware Access FQDN.
  10. In the Administration URL field, enter the VMware Access FQDN, and click OK.
  11. If you see a certificate error, click View Certificate, and then click Accept.
  12. Click OK to close the Manage SAML Authenticators window.
  13. There’s a Workspace ONE mode, which forces all Horizon Clients to connect through VMware Access instead of directly to the Connection Servers. Delegation of authentication must be set to Required before Workspace ONE mode can be enabled.

VMware Access – Virtual Apps Collection for Horizon

  1. In the VMware Access Admin Portal, click the Catalog tab, and then click Virtual Apps Collection.
  2. If you see Introducing Virtual Apps Collection page, click Get Started.
  3. Click the SELECT link in the Horizon box.
  4. Give the Horizon Connection a name.
  5. Arrange the Sync Connector appliances in priority order. Click Next.
  6. Click Add a Pod.
  7. Enter the FQDN of a Connection Server in the Pod.
  8. Enter Horizon View admin credentials in UPN format. The account needs at least Read Only Administrator access to Horizon.
  9. There’s a True SSO option if you enabled a non-password authentication to VMware Access.
  10. Click Add.
  11. You can optionally add more pods and then enable the Cloud Pod Architecture option. Click Next when done.
  12. Change the Sync Frequency and Safeguards as desired.
  13. Click Next when done.
  14. Click Save & Configure Network Range. The connection is tested at this time.
  15. The URLs for accessing Horizon are defined in each Network Range. For each URL, create Network Ranges. Or click All Ranges.
  16. Near the bottom, in the Client Access FQDN field, enter the FQDN that users in this Network Range use to login to Horizon. Then click Save. Note: the Horizon FQDN is different than the VMware Access FQDN.
  17. After the Horizon Virtual Apps Collection is added, select it, and click Sync without safeguards.
    • Note: whenever you make a change to the pools in Horizon Administrator, you must either wait for the next automatic Sync time, or you can return to this screen and click Sync.
  18. You can click the alert icon to see issues.
  19. If you go to Catalog > Virtual Apps, you will see your synced Application and Desktop pools.

Horizon Pools Catalog

  1. In the VMware Access Admin console, at Catalog > Virtual Apps, you can see the Horizon View icons. Only the pools in the root Access Group are synced.
  2. Click an icon and then click View Assignments.
  3. Make sure entitlements are listed. Entitlements are defined in Horizon Console, and not in VMware Access. VMware Access merely syncs the entitlements from Horizon.
  4. Only AD groups synced to VMware Access will be displayed.
  5. If you make changes in Horizon Console, then manually sync the Virtual Apps Collection so the changes are reflected in VMware Access.
  6. Back in the Virtual Apps list, if you check the box next to one of the icons, you can place the icon in a Category by clicking the Categories menu.
    • You can select or or more existing categories.
    • Or type in a new category name at the top of the list.
  7. The category is then displayed next to the catalog item.
  8. There’s also a Recommended category.
    • Recommended icons can be found in the User Portal at Apps > Recommended. Users can click the Categories drop-down to see other categories. Users have to logoff and log back in to see Category changes.
  9. Go to Catalog > Settings.
  10. On the left, click User Portal Configuration.
  11. From this screen, you can control tab visibility, and put recommended apps in the Bookmarks tab. Click Save when done.

Separate Horizon View Connection Server groups (e.g. multi-datacenter) can be configured in failover order. See Configure Failover Order of Horizon View and Citrix-based Resources at VMware Docs.

VMware Access – Horizon URLs

The URL used to launch a Horizon icon from VMware Access can be different for each Network Range. For internal users, the URL should point to the load balanced VIP for the Connection Servers. For external users, the URL should point to load balanced Unified Access Gateways.

  1. Go to Catalog > Virtual Apps Collection.
  2. Click the link for a Virtual Apps Collection.
  3. Click the Network Ranges tab.
  4. Click an existing Network Range, or create a new one.
  5. Near the bottom, in the Client Access FQDN field, enter the FQDN that users on this Network Range should use to access Horizon. Then click Save. Note that the FQDN for Horizon is different than the FQDN for Identity Manager.

VMware Access User Portal

The User Portal is the interface that non-administrators see after logging in. Administrators can switch to the User Portal by clicking the username on the top right and clicking User Portal.

Administrators in the User Portal can switch to the Administration Console by clicking the username on the top right.

Some User Portal features:

  1. When a user logs in to the VMware Access web page the pool icons will be displayed.
  2. When the user clicks an icon, you can use either Horizon client or Browser for opening a pool. To set the default launch method:
    1. On the top right, click your name, and click Account.
    2. In the Horizon Remote Apps section, click either Horizon Client or click Browser.
    3. The Horizon Client option has a link to download and Install the Horizon Client.
  3. Back in the Apps list, when the user clicks the three dots next to an icon, there’s a link to Launch from Horizon Client.

  4. To mark an icon as a Favorite, click the three dots next to an icon and then click Add to Favorites.
  5. Or click an app icon to open the app’s Details page, and then click the star icon.
  6. Then you can click Favorites tab to display only icons that are marked as Favorites.
  7. If you configured Categories, they are listed in the in the Apps tab in the Categories drop-down.
Источник: https://www.carlstalhood.com/vmware-access/

Activating the SQL Server

In the preinstallation scenario, the SQL Server database is not activated. The following uses SQL Server 2012 as an example.

Prerequisites

You have obtained the product key of SQL Server 2012.

You can obtain the product key in the installation disc delivered with the SQL Server.

If the product key of the SQL Server is lost, Huawei cannot retrieve it. You need to purchase the product key of the SQL Server again.

Context

To determine whether the SQL Server is activated, perform the following steps:

  1. Log in to the server where the SQL Server database is installed as the SWMaster user.

    After security hardening, the administrator account changes from Administrator to SWMaster.

  2. Choose Start > Run, enter cmd, and press Enter.
  3. Enter osql -E.
  4. Run the following command:if charindex('Evaluation', @@version) > 0 select 'unregistered' else select 'registered' go
  5. If the message "unregistered" is displayed, the SQL Server is an evaluation version. In this case, you need to activate the SQL Server.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the operating system as the SWMaster user.

    After security hardening, the administrator account changes from Administrator to SWMaster.

  2. Choose SQL Server Installation Center (64-bit) from the Start menu.

  3. Click Maintenance in the left pane and then Edition Upgrade in the right.

    The SQL Server 2012 Setup dialog box is displayed.

  4. Click OK.

    In the Upgrade the Edition for SQL Server 2012 dialog box that is displayed, click Next.

  5. Select Enter the product key:, enter the serial number, and click Next.

  6. Select I accept the license terms and click Next.

  7. Retain the default values for Select Instance and Edition Upgrade Rules, and click Next.
  8. Click Upgrade.

  9. After the serial number of the SQL Server is updated, click Close.
Источник: https://support.huawei.com/enterprise/en/doc/EDOC1100011861/c5331781/activating-the-sql-server


Requirements

In order to avoid incorrect integration with MS SSMS, the working environment must meet the following conditions:

  • The data source must be a configured system DSN. Refer to the Driver Configuration article to learn how to configure a System DSN
  • The driver, studio, and SQL Server must be of the same bitness. For example, if you are using 64-bit SQL Server Management Studio on 64-bit Windows platform, then configure the 64-bit version of the driver using ODBC Administrator launched from %windir%\system32\odbcad32.exe. Otherwise, configure the driver using the 32-bit version of ODBC Administrator - launch it from %windir%\SysWOW64\odbcad32.exe.
  • ODBC Driver for Oracle and SQL Server must be installed on the same computer.
  • .NET Framework 4.5 must be installed on the computer.

Connecting to Oracle from SQL Server Management Studio using ODBC Driver for Oracle

You can use the Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to connect your Oracle data to an SQL Server instance. Linked Server is a tool of MS SQL Server that allows to execute distributed queries to refer tables stored on non-SQL Server datbase in a single query. With linked servers, you can execute commands against different data sources such as Oracle and merge them with your SQL Server database. You can create a linked server with one of these methods: by using the options in the Object Explorer or by executing stored procedures.

Below are major advantages of using SQL Server Linked Servers to connect to Oracle:

  1. The ability to connect other database instances on the same or remote server.
  2. The ability to run distributed queries on heterogeneous data sources across the organization.
  3. The ability to work with diverse data sources in the same way.

How to configure a SQL Server Linked Server to connect to Oracle

You can follow the steps to create a linked server for Oracle in SQL Server Management Studio by using Object Explorer:

  1. Start your Management Studio and choose your SQL Server instance.
  2. In the Object Explorer pane, expand the Server Objects, right-click on Linked Servers and then click on New Linked Server.
  3. Configure your linked server in the dialog box:
    • Give a name for your server in the Linked server field.
    • Under Server type, select Other data source .
    • Choose Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers in the Provider drop-down list.
    • In the Data source field, enter the name of your DSN, e.g. Devart ODBC Driver for Oracle . Alternatively, you can input the ODBC Driver connection string in the Provider field.

The linked server will appear under the Linked Servers in the Object Explorer Pane. You can now issue distributed queries and access Oracle databases through SQL Server.

Retrieving Data From Oracle

Disable the Allow inprocess option of MSDASQL OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers. For this, find the MSDASQL provider in the list of Linked Servers and double-click on it

msdasql

In the appeared Provider Options window, clear the Allow inprocess checkbox:

allowinprocess

Create a new Linked Server

newlinkedserver

Make sure to select Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers and specify the following parameters:

provideroptions

The Oracle tables are already available to be fetched. To query the linked server, click New Query in the toolbar:

newquery

Enter your SQL query in the editor window and click Execute to run the query:

accounttable

As a result, you can see the contents of the selected table retrieved directly from the Oracle account you are connected to.

Attention

If the Linked Server was created with the Allow inprocess option enabled, then you should delete this Linked Server and create it again with the Allow inprocess option disabled.

See also

Источник: https://www.devart.com/odbc/oracle/docs/microsoft_sql_server_manager_s.htm

What is Server Management Studio?

SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) is an IDE that provides a graphical interface for connecting and working with MS SQL server. It was launched with Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and is used for configuring, managing, and administering all components within Microsoft SQL Server.

In this SSMS tutorial, you will learn

How to Download and Install SQL Server Management Studio

Following are the steps on how to download and install Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS):

Step 1) Go to this link and click on Download SQL Server Management Studio 18.0 (preview 6) for SSMS Download

Step 2) Once downloaded we will get a .exe file named as “SSMS-Setup-ENU.exe.” Double click on it

Step 3) Below window will appear. Click on ‘Install’ button to install SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) on your system

Step 4) Installation will begin. Below screen will show Packages progress and Overall Progress.


Step 5)Once Completed, SSMS Setup will show the below screen with “Setup Completed” message.

How to access “Management Studio.”

Now, we’re ready to open “Management Studio. Go To Start Menu>Programs>Microsoft SQL Server Tools 18> Microsoft SSMS 18.

Below ‘Connect to Server’ screen will appear. Server Name defaults to the name selected while installing MS SQL server.

Let’s understand each of the above fields

  1. Server type: This is an option to select one out of four available MS SQL services option. We will be working on ‘Database Engine’ for creating and working with Database. Other Server type includes Analysis, Reporting & Integration Services.
  1. Server name: This is Server’s name where MS SQL Server is installed and need to establish the connection with that server. Generally, we use the server name as “Machine name\Instance.” Here Instance is the name given to SQL Server instance while SQL server installation.
  1. Authentication: This is defaulted to “Windows Authentication” if we use “Windows Authentication” during SQL Server Installation. Else, if we select ‘Mixed Mode (Windows Authentication & Windows Authentication)’ then Authentication will be defaulted to “SQL Server Installation.”
  1. User name\Password: If Authentication is selected other than “Windows Authentication” like “SQL server Installation” then these two fields will be required.

Click on ‘Connect.’ Now you will be connected to ‘Data Management Studio.’

Access “Management studio” using Command line.

Alternatively, we can also open MS SQL Management Studio using Window Command line. You need to have full path of ssms.exe. Below is default location and file name:

Path:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 18\Common7\IDE Exe name: ssms.exe

Here, are the steps to access via command line:

  1. Open Command Prompt by typing CMD in Search window.
  2. Type entire path followed by ssms.exe as shown below and Press ‘Enter’.

‘Connect to Server’ screen will appear in a similar way as described in the previous section.

Introduction to Data Management Studio IDE

Below is the start screen for Data Management Studio.

Let’s discuss each section in detail.

1) Object Explorer

The Object Explorer provides a tree view of the database objects contained in the server. This section shows all the Databases, Security, Server Object for quick reference. To view the components of each object, just click the + icon located to the left of the object which will expand it.

2) Databases Selection Dropdown

This dropdown allows the user to select the Database in which we will be running our queries.

3) Query Editor

Here we can write all our queries. MS SQL server provides interactive suggestions for tables, columns, etc. for easy queries creations and much more.

4) Execute button

This button will finally execute the query and return the results.

SSMS Tips and Issues

  • Management Studio is a standalone product. It does not correspond to any specific version of SQL Server. For example, we can use SMMS Version 18 with SQL Server 2017, SQL Server 2016 as well.
  • Large codes reduce readability. Use comments for better Readability. Put “–” in front of any line to comment it out.
  • Group comment: We can comment out the group of line by selecting them all and clicking on Icon shown in below image.

  • Unexpected shutdown, a system failure can cause unexpected data loss. Set ‘Autorecover’ option checked to minimize data loss. We can even customized time interval to AutoRecover data and the number of days this information to be saved before deleting it.Tools> Options>Environment>AutoRecover

In case of failure, the popup window will appear with the name

  • We often need the result of our query to be saved in text format for future references.

We can click and select the above-highlighted icon & run any Query. We will be prompt to specify the location where the file can be saved future reference.

SSMS Versions and Updates

SSMS first version was with SQL server 2005. SSMS remains an integral part of SQL server with SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2012 and SQL Server 2016.In 2016, Microsoft started the first numerical series of versioning with the SSMS version number as 16.3. All series include 16.x, 17.x and 18.0 as version numbers.

Latest 18.0 series have the following versions: 18.0 (Preview 4), 18.0 (Preview 5) and 18.0 (Preview 6)

Until Dec 18, 2018 latest version is SSMS 18.0 (Preview 6)

More updates on 18.0 series can be found here –
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/ssms/release-notes-ssms?view=sql-server-2017

SSMS supported operating systems

Below table shows SQL server edition and its corresponding supported Operating system. ‘Y’ means Supported and ‘N’ Means Not Supported.

Summary:

  • SSMS full form is “SQL Server Management Studio”
  • Server Management Studio provides a Graphical interface for connecting and working with MS SQL Server.
  • It provides Object Explorer, Query editor as a major window to start with.
Источник: https://www.guru99.com/sql-server-management-studio.html

Software as a service

Software licensing and delivery model in which software is licensed on a subscription basis and is centrally hosted

Software as a service (SaaS[1]) is a software licensing and delivery model in which software is licensed on a subscription basis and is centrally hosted.[2][3] SaaS is also known as "on-demand software" and Web-based/Web-hosted software.[4]

SaaS is considered to be part of cloud computing, along with infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), desktop as a service (DaaS),[5] managed software as a service (MSaaS), mobile backend as a service (MBaaS), datacenter as a service (DCaaS), integration platform as a service (iPaaS), and information technology management as a service (ITMaaS).

SaaS apps are typically accessed by users using a thin client, e.g. via a web browser. SaaS became a common delivery model for many business applications, including office software, messaging software, payroll processing software, DBMS software, management software, CAD software, development software, gamification, virtualization,[6]accounting, collaboration, customer relationship management (CRM), management information systems (MIS), enterprise resource planning (ERP), invoicing, field service management, human resource management (HRM), talent acquisition, learning management systems, content management (CM), geographic information systems (GIS), and service desk management.[7]

SaaS has been incorporated into the strategy of nearly all enterprise software companies.[8][9] Gartner forecasted that software as a service (SaaS) remains the largest market segment on public cloud services and is forecast to reach $122.6 billion in 2021. [10]

History[edit]

Centralized hosting of business applications dates back to the 1960s. Starting in that decade, IBM and other mainframe computer providers conducted a service bureau business, often referred to as time-sharing or utility computing. Such services included offering computing power and database storage to banks and other large organizations from their worldwide data centers.[11]

The expansion of the Internet during the 1990s brought about a new class of centralized computing, called application service providers (ASP). ASPs provided businesses with the service of hosting and managing specialized business applications, to reduce costs through central administration and the provider's specialization in a particular business application. Two of the largest ASPs were USI, which was headquartered in the Washington, DC area, and Futurelink Corporation, headquartered in Irvine, California.[12]

Software as a service essentially extends the idea of the ASP model. The term software as a service (SaaS), however, is commonly used in more specific settings:

The acronym first appeared in the goods and services description of a USPTOtrademark, filed on September 23, 1985.[15]DbaaS (database as a service) has emerged as a sub-variety of SaaS[16] and is a type of cloud database.

Microsoft referred to SaaS as "software plus services" for a few years.[17]

Distribution and pricing[edit]

The cloud (or SaaS) model has no physical need for indirect distribution because it is not distributed physically and is deployed almost instantaneously, thereby negating the need for traditional partners and middlemen. Unlike traditional software, which is conventionally sold as a perpetual license with an up-front cost (and an optional ongoing support fee), SaaS providers generally price applications using a subscription fee, most commonly a monthly fee or an annual fee.[18] Consequently, the initial setup cost for SaaS is typically lower than the equivalent enterprise software. SaaS vendors typically price their applications based on some usage parameters, such as the number of users using the application. However, because in a SaaS environment customers' data reside with the SaaS vendor, opportunities also exist to charge per transaction, event, or other units of value, such as the number of processors required.[19]

The relatively low cost for user provisioning (i.e., setting up a new customer) in a multi-tenant environment enables some SaaS vendors to offer applications using the freemium model.[19] In this model, a free service is made available with limited functionality or scope, and fees are charged for enhanced functionality or larger scope.[19]

A key driver of SaaS growth is SaaS vendors' ability to provide a price that is competitive with on-premises software. This is consistent with the traditional rationale for outsourcing IT systems, which involves applying economies of scale to application operation, i.e., an outside service provider may be able to offer better, cheaper, more reliable applications.[20]

Architecture[edit]

Most SaaS providers offer a multi-tenant architecture. With this model, a single version of the application, with a single configuration (hardware, network, operating system), is used for all customers ("tenants"). To support scalability, the application can be installed on multiple machines (called horizontal scaling). In some cases, a second version of the application is set up to offer a select group of customers access to pre-release versions of the applications (e.g., a beta version) for testing purposes. This is contrasted with traditional software, where multiple physical copies of the software — each potentially of a different version, with a potentially different configuration, and often customized — are installed across various customer sites.[21]

Although an exception rather than the norm, some SaaS providers do not use multitenancy or use other mechanisms—such as virtualization—to cost-effectively manage a large number of customers in place of multitenancy.[22] Whether multitenancy is a necessary component for software as a service is debatable.[23]

Vertical vs horizontal SaaS[edit]

Horizontal SaaS and vertical SaaS are different models of cloud computing services.[24] Horizontal SaaS targeting a broad variety of customers, generally without regard to their industry. Some popular examples of horizontal SaaS vendors are Salesforce and HubSpot. Vertical SaaS, on the other hand, refers to niche market targeting a narrower variety of customers to meet their specific requirements.

Characteristics[edit]

Although not all software-as-a-service applications share all the following traits, the characteristics below are common among many of them:

Configuration and customization[edit]

SaaS applications similarly support what is traditionally known as application configuration. In other words, like traditional enterprise software, a single customer can alter the set of configuration options (a.k.a. parameters) that affect its functionality and look-and-feel. Each customer may have its own settings (or: parameter values) for the configuration options. The application can be customized to the degree it was designed for based on a set of predefined configuration options.[citation needed]

For example, to support customers' common need to change an application's look-and-feel so that the application appears to be having the customer's brand (or—if so desired—co-branded), many SaaS applications let customers provide (through a self-service interface or by working with application provider staff) a custom logo and sometimes a set of custom colors. The customer cannot, however, change the page layout unless such an option was designed for.[citation needed]

Accelerated feature delivery[edit]

SaaS applications are often updated more frequently than traditional software,[25] in many cases on a weekly or monthly basis. This is enabled by several factors:

  • The application is hosted centrally, so an update is decided and executed by the provider, not by customers.
  • The application only has a single configuration, making development testing faster.
  • The application vendor does not have to expend resources updating and maintaining backdated versions of the software, because there is only a single version.
  • The application vendor has access to all customer data, expediting design and regression testing.
  • The service provider has access to user behavior within the application (usually via web analytics), making it easier to identify areas worthy of improvement.

Accelerated feature delivery is further enabled by agile software development methodologies.[26] Such methodologies, which have evolved in the mid-1990s, provide a set of software development tools and practices to support frequent software releases.

Open integration protocols[edit]

Because SaaS applications cannot access a company's internal systems (databases or internal services), they predominantly offer integration protocols and application programming interfaces (APIs) that operate over a wide area network.[27]

The ubiquity of SaaS applications and other Internet services and the standardization of their API technology has spawned the development of mashups, which are lightweight applications that combine data, presentation, and functionality from multiple services, creating a compound service. Mashups further differentiate SaaS applications from on-premises software as the latter cannot be easily integrated outside a company's firewall.

Collaborative (and "social") functionality[edit]

Inspired by the development of the different internet networking services and the so-called web 2.0 functionality, many SaaS applications offer features that let their users collaborate and share information.

For example, many project management applications delivered in the SaaS model offer—in addition to traditional project planning functionality—collaboration features letting users comment on tasks and plans and share documents within and outside an organization. Several other SaaS applications let users vote on and offer new feature ideas.

Although some collaboration-related functionality is also integrated into on-premises software, (implicit or explicit) collaboration between users or different customers is only possible with centrally hosted software.

OpenSaaS[edit]

OpenSaaS refers to software as a service (SaaS) based on open-source code. Similar to SaaS applications, Open SaaS is a web-based application that is hosted, supported and maintained by a service provider. While the roadmap for Open SaaS applications is defined by its community of users, upgrades and product enhancements are managed by a central provider. The term was coined in 2011 by Dries Buytaert, creator of the Drupal content management framework.[28]

Andrew Hoppin, a former Chief Information Officer for the New York State Senate, has been a vocal advocate of OpenSaaS for government, calling it "the future of government innovation." He points to WordPress and Why Unified as a successful example of an OpenSaaS software delivery model that gives customers "the best of both worlds, and more options. The fact that it is open source means that they can start building their websites by self-hosting WordPress and customizing their website to their heart’s content. Concurrently, the fact that WordPress is SaaS means that they don’t have to manage the website at all -- they can simply pay WordPress.com to host it."[29]

Adoption drivers[edit]

Several important changes to the software market and technology landscape have facilitated the acceptance and growth of SaaS:

  • The growing use of web-based user interfaces by applications, along with the proliferation of associated practices (e.g., web design), continuously decreased the need for traditional client-server applications. Consequently, traditional software vendor's investment in software based on fat clients has become a disadvantage (mandating ongoing support), opening the door for new software vendors offering a user experience perceived as more "modern".
  • The standardization of web page technologies (HTML, JavaScript, CSS), the increasing popularity of web development as a practice, and the introduction and ubiquity of web application frameworks like Ruby on Rails or Laravel (PHP) gradually reduced the cost of developing new software services, and enabled new providers to challenge traditional vendors.
  • The increasing penetration of broadband Internet access enabled remote centrally hosted applications to offer speed comparable to on-premises software.
  • The standardization of the HTTPS protocol as part of the web stack provided universally available lightweight security that is sufficient for most everyday applications.
  • The introduction and wide acceptance of lightweight integrationprotocols such as Representational State Transfer (REST) and SOAP enabled affordable integration between SaaS applications (residing in the cloud) with internal applications over wide area networks and with other SaaS applications.

Adoption challenges[edit]

Some limitations slow down the acceptance of SaaS and prohibit it from being used in some cases:

  • Because data is stored on the vendor's servers, data security becomes an issue.[30]
  • SaaS applications are hosted in the cloud, far away from the application users. This introduces latency into the environment; for example, the SaaS model is not suitable for applications that demand response times in the milliseconds (OLTP).
  • Multi-tenant architectures, which drive cost efficiency for service providers, limit customization of applications for large clients, inhibiting such applications from being used in scenarios (applicable mostly to large enterprises) for which such customization is necessary.
  • Some business applications require access to or integration with customer's current data. When such data are large in volume or sensitive (e.g. end-users' personal information), integrating them with remotely hosted software can be costly or risky, or can conflict with data governance regulations.
  • Constitutional search/seizure warrant laws do not protect all forms of SaaS dynamically stored data. The end result is that a link is added to the chain of security where access to the data, and, by extension, misuse of these data, are limited only by the assumed honesty of third parties or government agencies able to access the data on their own recognizance.[31][32][33][34]
  • Switching SaaS vendors may involve the slow and difficult task of transferring very large data files over the Internet.
  • Organizations that adopt SaaS may find they are forced into adopting new versions, which might result in unforeseen training costs, an increase in the probability that a user might make an error or instability from bugs in the newer software.
  • Should the vendor of the software go out of business or suddenly EOL the software, the user may lose access to their software unexpectedly, which could destabilize their organization's current and future projects, as well as leave the user with older data they can no longer access or modify.
  • Relying on an Internet connection means that data is transferred to and from a SaaS firm at Internet speeds, rather than the potentially higher speeds of a firm's internal network.[35]
  • Ability of the SaaS hosting company to guarantee the uptime level agreed in the SLA (Service Level Agreement)

The standard model also has limitations:

  • Compatibility with hardware, other software, and operating systems.[36]
  • Licensing and compliance problems (unauthorized copies of the software program putting the organization at risk of fines or litigation).
  • Maintenance, support, and patch revision processes.

Healthcare applications[edit]

According to a survey by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society , 83% of US IT healthcare organizations are now using cloud services with 9.3% planning to, whereas 67% of IT healthcare organizations are currently running SaaS-based applications.[37]

Data escrow[edit]

Software as a service data escrow is the process of keeping a copy of critical software-as-a-service application data with an independent third party. Similar to source code escrow, where critical software source code is stored with an independent third party, SaaS data escrow applies the same logic to the data within a SaaS application. It allows companies to protect and insure all the data that resides within SaaS applications, protecting against data loss.[38]

There are many and varied reasons for considering SaaS data escrow including concerns about vendor bankruptcy,[39][40] unplanned service outages, and potential data loss or corruption. Many businesses either ensure that they are complying with their data governance standards or try to enhance their reporting and business analytics against their SaaS data. Research conducted by Clearpace Software Ltd. into the growth of SaaS showed that 85 percent of the participants wanted to take a copy of their SaaS data. A third of these participants wanted a daily copy.[41]

Criticism[edit]

One notable criticism of SaaS comes from Richard Stallman of the Free Software Foundation, who refers to it as Service as a Software Substitute (SaaSS).[42] He considers the use of SaaSS to be a violation of the principles of free software.[43] According to Stallman:

With SaaSS, the users do not have even the executable file that does their computing: it is on someone else's server, where the users can't see or touch it. Thus it is impossible for them to ascertain what it really does, and impossible to change it.

See also[edit]

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Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_as_a_service

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Is Microsoft software supported on AWS?

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What is the expanded support agreement between Amazon and Microsoft, and how does it benefit me?

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Does the extended support agreement between AWS and Microsoft replace my Microsoft support agreement?
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What types of Microsoft software can I run on AWS?

You can run many types of Microsoft software on AWS, including but not limited to: Microsoft Office, Windows Server, SQL Server, Exchange, SharePoint, Skype for Business, Microsoft Dynamics products, System Center, BizTalk, and Remote Desktop Services. You can use license included instances that include the license for Windows Server and SQL Server on Amazon EC2 or Amazon RDS. AWS customers have the flexibility of bringing on-premises Microsoft volume licenses and deploying them on Amazon EC2 instances subject to Microsoft license terms.

Q. What is Microsoft End of Support (EOS)?

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Q. How does EOS affect my existing instances on Amazon Web Services (AWS)?

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Extended Security Updates available for Bring Your Own License (BYOL)? No.

SQL Server 2008/2008 R2

Extended Security Updates available for Amazon License Included? No.

Extended Security Updates available for Bring Your Own License (BYOL)? Yes; active Software Assurance (SA) required.

Q. Which Microsoft products sold by Amazon are approaching EOS, and when will Microsoft cease support?

Note: Information reflects publicly available Microsoft EOS dates as of April 4th, 2019.

Microsoft Windows Server:

  • Windows Server 2003 - July 14th, 2015 
  • Windows Server 2008 - January 14th, 2020
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 – January 14th, 2020


Microsoft SQL Server:

  • SQL Server 2005 – April 12th, 2016 
  • SQL Server 2008 – July 9th, 2019
  • SQL Server 2008 R2 – July 9th, 2019

More information on Microsoft's Application Lifecycle can be found here.

Q. What Amazon products and services are affected by EOS and when will changes be made?

Starting July 1st, 2019 Microsoft requires AWS to no longer publish and distribute License Included Managed AWS Windows AMIs (available in AWS Management Console and Quick Start), media, and services that use or contain Microsoft EOS products. Products that have reached end of support in prior years are also subject to these restrictions. The following products and services are affected:

Managed AWS Windows AMIs:

AWS will no longer publish and distribute Managed AWS Windows AMIs that contain EOS software to Sql server configuration manager 2017 download - Activators Patch Management Console, Quick Start or AWS Marketplace.

Microsoft Windows Server:

  • Windows Server 2003 - July 1st, 2019
  • Windows Server 2008 - January 14th, 2020
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 - January 14th, 2020

Microsoft SQL Server:

  • SQL Server 2005 – July 1st, 2019
  • SQL Server 2008 - July 9th, 2019
  • SQL Server 2008 R2 - July 9th, 2019

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS):

RDS will automatically upgrade customer databases that remain on SQL Server 2008 to SQL Server 2012 starting on June 1, 2019. We recommend customers test this upgrade prior to this date to ensure compatibility.

RDS customers can upgrade their Database version at any time. Learn more about upgrading your SQL Server 2008 R2 database in RDS here.

Amazon WorkSpaces:

WorkSpaces will stop offering License Included public bundles of Windows 7 Experience powered by Windows Server 2008 R2 after January 14th 2020.

WorkSpaces launched from License Included public bundles with Windows 7 Desktop Experience will no longer be able to be launched or rebuilt after January 14th 2020.

There is no impact for WorkSpaces created from BYOL bundles. Customers can continue to launch/rebuild those instances.

Customers who have created custom License Included bundles powered by Windows Server 2008 R2 will be able to use their custom bundles to launch or rebuild WorkSpaces after EOS.

Microsoft will not provide patches for EOS products unless customers purchase Extended Security Updates.

Q. Does the change to Microsoft’s EOS software distribution policy only apply to AWS?

Microsoft has advised that this change will apply to all hyperscale cloud providers.

Q. What are my options for running Microsoft software that is approaching EOS?

AWS customers running EOS software on EC2 instances have several options:

Remain on EOS software: Customers may decide to remain on EOS software. There will be no impact to existing instances, or to custom AMIs. Customers who are interested in purchasing Extended Security Updates from Microsoft should review the answer to the question, “Can I purchase Extended Security Updates from Microsoft to cover EOS instances that run on AWS?”.

Automated upgrade: For customers with SQL Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008 R2, AWS Systems Manager automates the performance of non-destructive in-place upgrades. SQL Server 2008 R2 customers can upgrade to SQL Server 2012 R2 and again to SQL Server 2016 (BYOL only). Windows Server 2008 R2 customers can upgrade to Windows Server 2012 R2. For customers with a License Included (LI) version of Windows Server or SQL Server, there is no additional licensing cost to upgrade. For more information, please click here.

Manual in-place upgrade for Microsoft Windows Server:

License Included: Customers using Amazon License Included for Windows Server can perform in-place upgrades for their Windows instances. For more information, click here.

BYOL: Customers using the BYOL model can perform a manual in-place upgrade for Windows Server following the steps referenced in the License Included option above, using their own Media.

Manual in-place upgrade for Microsoft SQL Server:

License Included: AWS customers using License Included SQL Server can perform in-place upgrades on running instances. Please contact AWS support for additional assistance and detail on upgrade paths.

BYOL: Customers using the BYOL model can perform a manual in-place upgrade for SQL Server using their Media. For more information, click here.

Explore other platform options. AWS is committed to offering its customers the most flexibility in the cloud. AWS customers interested in the benefits of migrating certain SQL Server or Windows workloads to a different platform can contact their AWS account teams for more information.

For more information on all of Amazon’s products and Services, click here.

Q. What are other AWS Customers doing?

AWS customers such as Sysco, Hess, Ancestry, and Expedia have successfully migrated and modernized their Windows workloads on AWS. Read more about what AWS customers are doing here.

Q. What are the cost implications of moving to a supported Microsoft Operating System or SQL Server version?

License Included: There is no additional licensing costs to move to a newer version of the software when using Amazon's License Included options, for example:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2019 is the same price as Microsoft Windows Server 2003/2008/2008 R2.
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2017 (by edition) is the same price as Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008/2008 R2 (by edition).

BYOL: Customers with active Software Assurance (SA) can upgrade to a newer version at no cost. Customers without SA can purchase a new license from Microsoft.

Q. If I experience a technical issue running a product that has reached Microsoft EOS, will AWS Support assist me?

Yes, customers with AWS Support plans will be able to engage AWS Support for technical issues.

NOTE: As per Microsoft's policy, after the end of the Extended Support, Microsoft will no longer provide patches or security updates unless Extended Security updates has been purchased.

Find more information on AWS Support plans here.

Q. If I have further questions around the use of Microsoft EOS on AWS, whom should I contact?

Please email aws.EOS.Microsoft@amazon.com.

Q. Specifically, which License Included Managed AWS Windows AMIs are affected and when does this take effect?

July 1st, 2019

  • Windows_Server-2003-R2_SP2-English-32Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2003-R2_SP2-English-64Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2003-R2_SP2-English-64Bit-SQL_2005_SP4_Express-*
  • Windows_Server-2003-R2_SP2-English-64Bit-SQL_2005_SP4_Standard-*
  • Windows_Server-2003-R2_SP2-Language_Packs-32Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2003-R2_SP2-Language_Packs-64Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2003-R2_SP2-Language_Packs-64Bit-SQL_2005_SP4_Express-*
  • Windows_Server-2003-R2_SP2-Language_Packs-64Bit-SQL_2005_SP4_Standard-*

July 9th, 2019

  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-English-64Bit-SQL_2008_R2_SP3_Express-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-English-64Bit-SQL_2008_R2_SP3_Standard-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-English-64Bit-SQL_2008_R2_SP3_Web-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Japanese-64Bit-SQL_2008_R2_SP3_Express-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Japanese-64Bit-SQL_2008_R2_SP3_Standard-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Japanese-64Bit-SQL_2008_R2_SP3_Web-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Language_Packs-64Bit-SQL_2008_R2_SP3_Express-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Language_Packs-64Bit-SQL_2008_R2_SP3_Standard-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-SP2-English-64Bit-SQL_2008_SP4_Express-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-SP2-English-64Bit-SQL_2008_SP4_Standard-*
  • Windows_Server-2012-RTM-English-64Bit-SQL_2008_R2_SP3_Express-*
  • Windows_Server-2012-RTM-English-64Bit-SQL_2008_R2_SP3_Standard-*
  • Windows_Server-2012-RTM-English-64Bit-SQL_2008_R2_SP3_Web-*
  • Windows_Server-2012-RTM-Japanese-64Bit-SQL_2008_R2_SP3_Express-*
  • Windows_Server-2012-RTM-Japanese-64Bit-SQL_2008_R2_SP3_Standard-*

January 14th, 2020

  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Chinese_Hong_Kong_SAR-64Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Chinese_PRC-64Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-English-64Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-English-64Bit-Core-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-English-64Bit
  • Core_SQL_2012_SP4_Standard-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-English-64Bit-SharePoint_2010_SP2_Foundation-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-English-64Bit-SQL_2012_RTM_SP2_Enterprise-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-English-64Bit-SQL_2012_SP4_Enterprise-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-English-64Bit-SQL_2012_SP4_Express-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-English-64Bit-SQL_2012_SP4_Standard-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-English-64Bit-SQL_2012_SP4_Web-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Japanese-64Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Japanese-64Bit-SQL_2012_SP4_Express-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Japanese-64Bit-SQL_2012_SP4_Standard-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Korean-64Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Language_Packs-64Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Portuguese_Brazil-64Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-R2_SP1-Portuguese_Brazil-64Bit-Core-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-SP2-English-32Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-SP2-English-64Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-SP2-Portuguese_Brazil-32Bit-Base-*
  • Windows_Server-2008-SP2-Portuguese_Brazil-64Bit-Base-*

The following steps show how to install a Microsoft Extended Security Update (ESU) activation key on your Amazon EC2 Windows Server 2008 instance.

Prerequisites
The following updates must be installed on your Server 2008 system. If you launched your instance from the Amazon-provided public AMI on or later than September 11, 2019, the following updates are already installed.

  • Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1: KB4490628, KB4474419, and KB4516655
  • Windows Server 2008 SP2: KB4493730, KB4474419, and KB4517134

Steps to Install Activation Keys

Step 1: Open a command prompt with administrator privileges.
Step 2: Run the following command.

slmgr /ipk <your ESU key>

A window will appear to confirm that the key was successfully installed.

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Step 3: Run the following command.

slmgr /dlv

A window will appear that shows the Activation ID.

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Step 4: Copy or document the Activation ID.
Step 5: Run the following command.

slmgr /ato <your Activation ID>

A window will appear to confirm whether the key was successfully updated.

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Glossary

AMI (Amazon Machine Image): Is a template for the root volume for the instance (for example, an operating system, an application server, and applications), manages launch permissions that control which AWS accounts can use the AMI to launch instances. Contains a block device mapping that specifies the volumes to attach to the instance when it's launched.

AWS (Amazon Web Services): offers a broad set of global compute, storage, database, analytics, application, and deployment services that help organizations move faster, lower IT costs, and scale applications.

AWS Management Console: access and manage Amazon Web Services through a simple and intuitive web-based user interface.

BYOL (Bring Your Own License): is a process you can use to deploy software that you have previously licensed on physically dedicated AWS hardware. If you BYOL, you do not pay for instances with licensing included in the cost. Instead, you pay the same rate as EC2 instances with Amazon Linux pricing. When you BYOL, you are responsible for managing your own licenses.

CloudEndure: offers reliable business continuity solutions that minimize data loss and downtime due to human errors, network failures, external threats, or any other disruptions. Our Disaster Recovery and Migration solutions are powered by innovative workload mobility technology, which continuously replicates applications from any physical, virtual, or cloud-based infrastructure into Amazon Web Services (AWS). As such, CloudEndure is uniquely qualified to support large-scale, heterogeneous environments with diverse applications and infrastructure.

Custom AMI: is an AMI created in your account either built from an imported image or captured from an existing instance. For example, you can launch an instance from an existing AMI, customize the instance, and then save this updated configuration as a custom AMI. Instances launched from this new custom AMI include the customizations that you made when you created the AMI.

EC2 (Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud): provides scalable computing capacity in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.

EOS (End of Support): is a term used to reference Microsoft ending support for a product, in accordance with their Product Lifecycle policy.

Hyperscale: refers to the facilities and provisioning required in distributed computing environments to efficiently scale from a few servers to thousands of servers. Hyperscale computing is usually used in environments such as big data and cloud computing.

In-Place Upgrade: upgrades the operating system files while your personal settings and files are intact.

Instance (EC2 Instance): is a virtual server in the AWS cloud. Its configuration at launch is a copy of the AMI that you specified when you launched the instance.

LI (License Included): refers to the use of Amazon's Microsoft Licensing Agreement for Windows Server and SQL Server.

VMIE (AWS VM Import/Export): is an AWS Service used to import Operating System Images to AWS EC2 in an offline mode.

RDS (Amazon Relational Database Service): is a web service that makes it easier to set up, operate, and scale a relational database in the cloud. It provides cost-efficient, resizable capacity for an industry-standard relational database and manages common database administration tasks.

SA (Software Assurance): is a comprehensive program offered by Microsoft to help deploy, manage, and use Microsoft products efficiently.

SMS (AWS Server Migration Service): is an AWS Service used to import Operating System Images to AWS EC2 in an online mode.

WorkSpaces (Amazon Workspaces): is a managed, secure cloud desktop service. You can use Amazon WorkSpaces to provision either Windows or Linux desktops in just a few minutes and quickly scale to provide thousands of desktops to workers across the globe.

What are my licensing options for Microsoft software on Amazon EC2?

On Amazon EC2, you can choose to run instances that include the relevant license fees in their cost (“license included”) or to utilize licenses you have already purchased from Microsoft. For Microsoft software, EC2 allows you to pay for instances that include Windows Server and SQL Server licenses. For all other Microsoft software, customers can bring their own license, subject to Microsoft’s terms.

What is BYOL?

BYOL, or “bring your own license” is the process of bringing previously purchased, on premises licenses to AWS. AWS has both shared and dedicated deployment options to meet your BYOL needs. When you BYOL, the licensing cost of the product you bring is no longer included in the price of the instance. When you bring licenses, you are responsible for managing your licenses. Amazon EC2 has features such as AWS License Manager and targeted placement on Dedicated Hosts, which help you maintain license compliance throughout the lifecycle of your licenses.

 

What is License Mobility?

License Mobility is a Microsoft Software Assurance benefit lumion crack code - Crack Key For U allows you to bring specific product licenses to shared cloud infrastructure, including default (shared) tenant Amazon EC2. Active Software Assurance is required to be eligible for License Mobility. For additional information on License Mobility, please see the License Mobility page on the AWS site.

For more information on bringing licenses without Software Assurance or License Mobility benefits, please visit this section of the FAQ.

 

How do I know if a specific Microsoft product is eligible for License Mobility?

This information is included in the Microsoft Product Terms. Every product has an individual Software Assurance section that indicates License Mobility eligibility.  License Mobility eligible products include SQL Server, Remote Desktop Services, System Center, Exchange, and SharePoint.

 

Do I need active Software Assurance and License Mobility benefits to use my Microsoft licenses in AWS?

There are specific BYOL scenarios that do not require Software Assurance or License Mobility benefits. EC2 dedicated infrastructure is always required in these scenarios. To be eligible, the licenses must be purchased prior to reaper full version crack - Crack Key For U or added as a true-up under autodesk 3ds max serial number and product key active Enterprise Enrollment that was effective prior to 10/1/2019. In these specific BYOL scenarios, the licenses can only be upgraded to versions that were available prior to 10/1/2019.

 

If I bring my own license, can I relicense AWS's Microsoft media or do I need to bring in my own media (a.k.a. “bring your own bits”)?

No, you must import and license your own media. To get started, you can bitdefender total security 2019 crack + activation code lifetime - Activators Patch the ImportImage API (from AWS CLI or AWS Tool for Windows PowerShell) to import your own media (VHD, VMDK, OVA). If you are importing from VMware vCenter, you can also use AWS Server Migration Service. After the media has been imported, you will see your images in the “My AMIs” console, or you can describe these images using the DescribeImages API.

After I import my Microsoft media, do I need to activate my media against my own key management server (KMS)?

Yes, when you launch an instance of your own image, your OS will prompt you to activate the image against your KMS.

How do I know what type of offering to use if I’m bringing my own license?

Please read your licensing terms and conditions and select the AWS model that meets your needs. Generally speaking, there are various products and each have differing levels of BYOL support.

How do I import my own licensed machine image into AWS?

In order to BYOL of Microsoft software into AWS, you need to use the ImportImage tool made available by the EC2 VM Import/Export service. Do not use the ImportInstance tool as it does not support Microsoft BYOL scenarios.

I've read in my licensing terms that certain licenses must be used on infrastructure that’s dedicated for my use. How does Amazon EC2 allow me to meet this requirement if I’m using my own licenses?

Amazon EC2 offers two purchasing options that provide you with dedicated infrastructure: Dedicated Hosts and Dedicated Instances. It is important to note that most BYOL scenarios are supported through the use of Dedicated Hosts, while only certain scenarios are supported by Dedicated Instances.

There are specific BYOL scenarios that do not require Software Assurance or License Mobility benefits. EC2 dedicated infrastructure is always required in these scenarios. To be eligible, the licenses must be purchased prior to 10/1/2019 or added as a true-up under an active Enterprise Enrollment that was effective prior to 10/1/2019. In these specific BYOL scenarios, the licenses can only be upgraded to versions that were available prior to 10/1/2019. 


When you bring products that are licensed at the physical level only (e.g. Windows Server, certain SQL Server licenses, etc) Dedicated Hosts provide visibility into physical processor and core counts and are therefore the recommended deployment model.


For more information on Dedicated Hosts, visit the Dedicated Hosts detail page.


For more information on Dedicated Instances, visit the Dedicated Instances detail page.

I've read in my licensing terms that a license cannot move to another region or physical machine for at least 90 days. How does Amazon EC2 help me meet this requirement if I’m using my own licenses?

Instance Affinity (only available through the use of Amazon EC2 Dedicated Hosts) and Dedicated Host targeting helps you to monitor this requirement. When you enable Affinity between an instance and a Dedicated Host, that particular instance will only run on a specific Dedicated Host. Using Dedicated Host targeting, you can launch instances onto a specific Dedicated Host, giving you full control over how your licenses are used.

For more information on these features, visit the Dedicated Hosts detail page.

When can I bring my own license using EC2 instances with default tenancy?

License Mobility through Software Assurance allows customers to bring eligible Microsoft software licenses into AWS for use on EC2 instances with default tenancy. The AWS License Mobility Page is a great place to start the process. If you are planning to take advantage of License Mobility in AWS, you will need to fill out the appropriate License Mobility forms. With License Mobility, you can use these images on EC2 Windows Server license-included instances running on EC2 instances with default tenancy. Windows Server licenses must be purchased from AWS in this scenario.

What is VM Import/Export?

VM Import/Export enables you to easily import virtual machine images from your existing environment to Amazon EC2 instances. This service allows you to leverage your existing investments in the virtual machines that you have built to meet your IT security, configuration management, and compliance requirements by bringing those virtual machines into Amazon EC2 as ready-to-use instances. If you are planning to use your own Microsoft licenses, use the ImportImage tool made available by the VM Import/Export service to import your own Microsoft media.

The VM Import/Export service is available at no additional charge beyond standard usage charges for Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3.

What is EC2's default tenancy?

EC2 Dedicated instances and EC2 Dedicated Hosts provide instance capacity on physical servers that are fully dedicated for your use. Alternatively, EC2 offers instances with a tenancy of ‘default’ which run on physical servers that may host multiple isolated instances from different customers.

What is dedicated infrastructure?

Dedicated infrastructure provides servers that are physically isolated for use by a single customer. Amazon EC2 has two dedicated infrastructure options: Dedicated Hosts and Dedicated Instances. If you bring existing licenses to Dedicated Hosts or Dedicated Instances, then you are using hardware that is fully dedicated to your use.

What are Amazon EC2 Dedicated Hosts?

A Dedicated Host is a physical EC2 server fully dedicated to you. Amazon EC2 Dedicated Hosts allow you to use your eligible software licenses from vendors, including Microsoft, on Amazon EC2, so that you get the flexibility and cost effectiveness of using your own licenses, but with the resiliency, simplicity and elasticity of AWS. With Dedicated Hosts, you have an option to control instance placement and gain visibility into the number of sockets and cores installed on a host. You can use these features to bring your own software licenses bound to virtual instances, sockets, or cores, including Windows Server, SQL Server, and SUSE Enterprise Server.

Dedicated Hosts are often used when customers bring license that do not have Software Assurance or License Mobility benefits. For more information on bringing licenses without Software Assurance or License Mobility benefits, please visit this section of the FAQ.

Please visit the Dedicated Host detail page for more information.

How can I manage EC2 Dedicated Hosts?

You can use AWS License Manager to simplify management of EC2 Dedicated Hosts. You can specify your Dedicated Host management preferences for host allocation and host capacity utilization in AWS License Manager. Once setup, AWS takes care of these administrative tasks on your behalf, so that you can seamlessly launch virtual machines (instances) on Dedicated Hosts just like you would launch an EC2 instance with AWS provided licenses. AWS License Manager helps track licenses used with Dedicated Host, and helps you stay compliant with your specified licensing rules such as 90 day affinity.

What are Amazon EC2 Dedicated Instances?

Dedicated instances are Amazon EC2 instances that run on hardware that is dedicated to xforce keygen 2020 - Free Activators single customer. For more information on Dedicated Instances, please visit the Dedicated Instance page.

What’s the difference between Dedicated Hosts and Dedicated Instances?

Both offerings provide instances that are dedicated to your use. However, Dedicated Hosts provide additional control over your instances and visibility into Host level resources and tooling that allows best privacy eraser software - Crack Key For U to manage software that consumes licenses on a per-core or per-socket basis, such as Windows Server and SQL Server. In addition, AWS Config will keep a record of how your instances use these Dedicated Host resources which will allow you to create your own license usage reports.

Does AWS recommend an EC2 purchasing model if I want to bring my own licenses?

In order to take full advantage of EC2 it is recommended that customers first consider bringing eligible licenses through License Mobility. Default tenancy EC2 allows customers to scale capacity up and down according to changing needs. This allows customers to pay only for what they use. SQL is the most common product brought to AWS through License Mobility.

Amazon EC2 Dedicated Hosts are ideal for products that are not eligible for License Mobility or for which active Software Assurance is not in place. For more information on bringing licenses without Software Assurance or License Mobility benefits, please visit this section of the FAQ.

Dedicated Hosts are most cost effective when the host is highly utilized and in a steady, non-variable state. A Dedicated Host will support the BYOL scenarios outlined in this FAQ and provide customers with more control and visibility over how their instances are placed, which is useful for minimizing risk and licensing costs in a BYOL scenario. Additionally, Dedicated Hosts support per-socket, per-core, VM, and CAL based licenses. Windows is the most common product brought to Dedicated Hosts.

What are my options for bringing development licenses to AWS?

AWS customers have options for bringing Microsoft developer products to AWS for use on test, development, and non-production workloads.

Please see this sectionfor information on bringing Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) licenses.

SQL Server 2019 Developer edition is available as a free download from Microsoft. Once downloaded from Microsoft, AWS customers can bring and install SQL Server 2019 Developer edition on Amazon EC2 instances. Dedicated infrastructure is not required for SQL Server 2019 Developer edition.

Is Windows Server eligible for BYOL on EC2?

There are three requirements for Windows Server to be eligible for BYOL on EC2:

1. The licenses must be deployed on EC2 Dedicated Hosts.
2. The licenses must have been purchased before 10/1/2019 (or added as a true-up under an agreement that was effective prior to 10/1/2019).
3. The version was publically available prior to 10/1/2019.

Software Assurance is not a requirement for Windows Server BYOL.

What are Amazon EC2 Dedicated Hosts?

A Dedicated Host is a physical EC2 server fully dedicated to you. Amazon EC2 Dedicated Hosts allow you to use your eligible software licenses from vendors, including Microsoft, on Amazon EC2, so that you get the flexibility and cost effectiveness of using your own licenses, but with the resiliency, simplicity and elasticity of AWS. With Dedicated Hosts, you have an option to control instance placement and gain visibility into the number of sockets and cores installed on a host. You can use these features to bring your own software licenses bound to virtual instances, sockets, or cores, including Windows Server, SQL Server, and SUSE Enterprise Server.

Dedicated Hosts are often used when customers bring license that do not have Software Assurance or License Mobility benefits. For more information on bringing licenses without Software Assurance or License Mobility benefits, please visit this section of the FAQ.

Please visit the Dedicated Host detail page for more information.

How can I manage EC2 Dedicated Hosts?

You can use AWS License Manager to simplify management of EC2 Dedicated Hosts. You can specify your Dedicated Host management preferences for host allocation and host capacity utilization in AWS License Manager. Once setup, AWS takes care of these administrative tasks on your behalf, so that you can seamlessly launch virtual machines (instances) on Dedicated Hosts just like you would launch an EC2 instance with AWS provided licenses. AWS License Manager helps track licenses used with Dedicated Host, and helps you stay compliant with your specified licensing rules such as 90 day affinity.

How can I control instance placements in the EC2 Dedicated Hosts?

You have the option to launch instances onto a specific Dedicated Host, or you can let Amazon EC2 place the instances automatically based on your licensing preferences in AWS License Manager. Controlling instance placement allows you to deploy applications to address licensing, corporate compliance, and regulatory requirements.

Can I run multiple instance types on a Dedicated Host?

You can run different instance sizes within the same instance family on a Dedicated Host using AWS Nitro instance family. This allows you to maximize utilization of your Dedicated Host fleet as well as your software licenses.

How do I import and use my own Windows Server license?

You can bring in your own licensed copy of Windows Server media using the ImageImport tool made available by the EC2 VM Import/Export service. Once these images are imported, you can find them under the “my AMIs” section in the AWS Management Console or by using the DescribeImages API. You can then launch instances from your BYOL machine images onto Dedicated Hosts.

Visit this link for more information on how to bring your own machine images into AWS.

Keep in mind that when you choose to bring in your existing Windows Server licenses, you cannot utilize Windows Server AMIs that you purchase from AWS through license-included instances. You must bring in your own licenses using your own software media.

How do I track usage if I’m bringing my own licenses?

Using AWS Config as the data source and Dedicated Hosts as the platform to run BYOL instances, you can track BYOL usage against physical resources such as sockets and cores. Before you begin launching BYOL instances onto your Dedicated Hosts, ensure AWS Config has been enabled to record Dedicated Host changes. AWS Config keeps track of the configuration changes that occur on a Dedicated Host, avira system speedup pro review - Free Activators the instances and corresponding IDs of AMIs that ran on a Dedicated Host. These changes are paired with Host level data, such as the Host ID and the number of sockets and physical cores installed on a Dedicated Host. AWS Config will also keep track of instance tags. We recommend that you tag your instances with a meaningful identifier if you would like a human-readable way to identify BYOL instances in the AWS Config output. Visit this page for more information on AWS Config.

How do I determine the number of licenses of Windows Server to bring in?

Visit the Dedicated Hosts detail page for information on the number of instances available per Dedicated Host. On this page you will also find the number of sockets and cores installed on each EC2 Dedicated Host. The instance, socket, and core counts vary by the instance type configuration of the Dedicated Host.

Do I need to have Software Assurance on Windows Server on AWS?

No, if you are using Dedicated Hosts to bring your own Windows Server licenses, you do not need to have Software Assurance (SA).  Windows Server licenses can be brought to Dedicated Hosts if the licenses were purchased prior to 10/1/2019 or added as a true-up under an active Enterprise Enrollment that was effective prior to 10/1/2019. In these specific BYOL scenarios, the licenses can only be upgraded to versions that were available prior to 10/1/2019.  When you purchase Windows Server as license included instances from AWS, there is no need for you to have Software Assurance to cover those Windows Server licenses.

How do I run Windows Server on Dedicated Hosts after Microsoft’s licensing update announced in 2019?

In 2019, Microsoft updated the licensing terms for dedicated hosts cloud service. Based on the new licensing terms, you can bring your eligible Windows Server licenses to Dedicated Hosts if the licenses were purchased prior to 10/1/2019 or added as a true-up under an active Enterprise Enrollment that was effective prior to 10/1/2019. In these specific BYOL scenarios, the licenses can only be upgraded to versions that were available prior to 10/1/2019.

If you hetman recovery have eligible Window Server licenses or if you want to run the latest versions of Windows Server offered after 10/1/2019, then you can use Windows Server AMIs provided by Amazon on Dedicated Hosts. This will allow you to continue using Dedicated Hosts for your Windows and SQL workloads. For more details refer to the pricing section for software usage on Dedicated Hosts.

Does License Mobility work with Windows Server?

No, as specified in the Microsoft Product Terms, Windows Server is not eligible for License Mobility. For more information on bringing licenses without Software Assurance or License Mobility benefits, please visit this section of the FAQ.

How can I use my own Windows Server license on EC2 instances with a default tenancy?

When you deploy Windows Server licenses on Dedicated Hosts you will instances with a tenancy of ‘host’. You should not use your own Windows Server license on EC2 instances with default tenancy unless you have approval from Microsoft to do so. If you have negotiated custom terms with Microsoft and have this permission, please contact AWS support or reach out to your account manager.

What is included when I buy Windows Server instances from AWS?

AWS manages the licensing for you; all you need to do is pay for the instances you use. There is also no need to buy additional Windows Server CALs, as access is included in the price. Each instance comes with two remote connections for admin purposes only. If you require more than two connections, or need those connections for purposes other than admin, you may have to bring in additional Remote Desktop Services CALs for use on AWS.

Can I relicense license-included, EC2 Windows Server instances to use my own licenses, pointing at my own KMS server?

No, you cannot relicense existing Windows Server EC2 instances or migrate existing Windows Server EC2 instances over to BYOL VMs. However, if you need to migrate from license-included to BYOL and have applications or OS configurations that need to be migrated, we suggest that you reach out to our partners, such as CloudEndure or AppZero, who may be able to assist with these types of migrations.

Can I buy SQL Server from AWS?

Yes, you can utilize instances with SQL Server licenses included from AWS to run on either Amazon EC2 or Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS). SQL Server Web Edition, Standard Edition, and Enterprise Edition are available for your use on both Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS.


Can I bring in my own SQL Server licenses for use on AWS?

Yes. You can bring your own SQL Server licenses to AWS.

  • SQL Server licenses with active Software Assurance

You can bring your SQL Server licenses with active Software Assurance to default (shared) tenant Amazon EC2 through License Mobility benefits. The AWS License Mobility Page is a great place for information on the process. Microsoft requires that customers complete and send a License Mobility verification form which can be downloaded here.

  • SQL Server licenses without active Software Assurance

SQL Server licenses without Software Assurance can be deployed on Dedicated Hosts if the licenses are purchased prior to 10/1/2019 or added as a true-up under an active Enterprise Enrollment that was effective prior to 10/1/2019. In these specific BYOL scenarios, the licenses can only be upgraded to versions that were available prior to 10/1/2019. For more information on Dedicated Hosts, please see this section of the FAQ as well as the Dedicated Hosts detail page.


Can I use License Mobility with SQL Server?

Yes. SQL Server licenses with active Software Assurance are eligible for License Mobility and can be deployed on default or dedicated tenant EC2. For additional details on bringing SQL Server licenses with active Software Assurance to default tenant EC2, please see the Microsoft License Mobility page on the AWS site.


It is also possible to bring SQL Server licenses without active Software Assurance to EC2 Dedicated Hosts. To be eligible, the licenses must be purchased prior to 10/1/2019 or added as a true-up under an active Enterprise Enrollment that was effective prior to 10/1/2019. For more information on EC2 Dedicated Hosts, please see this section of the FAQ.


Do I have to pay for SQL Server passive failover?

There are various factors to consider when licensing passive failover for SQL Server. The information below pertains only to the SQL Server licenses and not the Windows Server licenses. In all cases, you must license Windows Server. For more information on SQL and failover server scenarios, visit this Microsoft SQL Server Licensing guide.

  • Using instances that include the license for SQL Server:
    Customers purchasing SQL Server license included instances on EC2 must license passive failover instances.
  • Bringing SQL Server licenses with active Software Assurance to default tenant EC2:
    Customers bringing SQL Server 2014 and later versions with Software Assurance to default tenant EC2 will license the virtual cores (vCPUs) on the active instance. In return, Software Assurance permits the customer one passive instance (equal or lesser size) where SQL Server licensing is not required.
  • Bringing SQL Server to Amazon EC2 Dedicated Hosts or Amazon EC2 Dedicated Instances
    • SQL Server 2014 and later versions
      Software Assurance is required for SQL Server passive failover benefits on dedicated infrastructure. Customers bringing SQL Server with Software Assurance will license the cores on the active instance/host and are permitted one passive instance/host (equal or lesser size) where SQL Server licensing is not required.
    • SQL Server 2008 – SQL Server 2012R2
      SQL Server 2008 -2012R2 are eligible for passive failover on EC2 dedicated infrastructure without active Software Assurance. In these scenarios, the customer will license the active instance/host, and is permitted one passive instance/host of equal or lesser size where SQL Server licensing is not required. Please click here for information on bringing SQL Server without active Software Assurance.

 

How do I know how many SQL Server licenses to bring in?

If you are licensing SQL Server under Microsoft’s License Mobility through Software Assurance, the number of licenses required varies based on the instance type, version of SQL Server, and the Microsoft licensing model you choose. To assist you with your virtual core licensing calculations under the Microsoft Product Terms, we provide a table here that shows the number of virtual representations of hardware threads based on instance type.

If you are using Dedicated Hosts, EC2 provides you with the number of physical cores installed on the Dedicated Host. Using this information, you can calculate the number of SQL Server licenses that you need to sandboxie 5.28 crack - Activators Patch in. For additional information, we recommend referencing Microsoft documentation, such as the licensing guide for SQL Server 2019 (see here).

What are the use cases for SQL Server Web Edition?

The Service Provider Use Rights (SPUR) state that SQL Server Web may be used to support public and Internet accessible web pages, web sites, web applications and web services. SQL Server Web may not be used to support line of business applications (e.g., Customer Relationship Management, Enterprise Resource Management and other similar applications). For addition information on use cases for SQL Server Web, please consult Microsoft or your Microsoft reseller.


How do I track usage if I’m bringing my own licenses?

Using AWS Config as the data source you can track configuration changes against physical resources such as sockets and cores. Before you begin launching BYOL instances onto AWS, ensure AWS Config has been enabled to record any changes. AWS Config keeps track of the changes that occur, including the instances and corresponding AMI IDs that sql server configuration manager 2017 download - Activators Patch. These changes are paired with Host level data, such as the Host ID and the number of sockets and physical cores installed. AWS Config will also keep track of instance tags. We recommend that you tag your instances with a meaningful identifier if you would like a human-readable way to identify BYOL instances in your AWS Config logs. Visit this page for more information on AWS Config.

 

Can SQL Server 2019 Developer Edition be used on AWS?

Yes. SQL Server 2019 Developer Edition is available as a free download from Microsoft. SQL Server 2019 Developer Edition is eligible for use in non-production, development, and test workloads. Once downloaded from Microsoft, AWS customers can bring and install SQL Server 2019 Developer Edition on Amazon EC2 instances. Dedicated infrastructure is not required for SQL Server 2019 Developer Edition.

 

Are SQL CALS required on AWS?

Customers using EZ CD Audio Converter 9.5.0.1 Crack With License Key Free Download Server on Amazon EC2 or Amazon RDS license included instances do not require client access licenses (CALs) for SQL Server. An unlimited number of end users can access SQL Server on a license included instance.

Customers bringing their own SQL Server licenses to Amazon EC2 through license mobility or bring your own licenses (BYOL), will continue to follow the licensing rules they have in place on-premises. If the customer purchased SQL Server under the Server/CAL model, they would still require CALs to meet Microsoft licensing requirements, but these CALs would remain on-premises and enable end user access SQL Server running on AWS.

Can I bring Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) licenses to AWS?

Microsoft Development Network (MSDN) subscriptions purchased through Visual Studio cloud subscriptions, Enterprise Agreement Subscription, Open Value Subscription, Campus Agreement, or other “subscription” Volume Licensing programs prior to October 1, 2019 are eligible for deployment on EC2 Dedicated Hosts or EC2 Dedicated Instances. However, Microsoft made changes to the license terms under these specific subscription programs that do not permit BYOL for subscriptions purchased or renewed after October 1, 2019, and these new terms become effective at renewal.

Per Microsoft’s Visual Studio Licensing Guide, Visual Studio subscriptions purchased through certain channels provide perpetual use rights even after the subscription has expired. The use of perpetual licenses acquired before 10/1/2019 for products released prior to 10/1/2019 is permitted on Mixpad 5.59 registration code - Activators Patch dedicated infrastructure regardless of the renewal or expiration of the subscription under which the perpetual licenses were acquired.

Can I buy MSDN from AWS?

No, AWS does not sell MSDN licenses.


Can I use MSDN on AWS instances with a default tenancy?

No, Microsoft does not allow MSDN licenses to be utilized on AWS instances with a default tenancy.


Does License Mobility work with MSDN?

No, MSDN is not included in Microsoft’s License Mobility program.

Can I buy Windows Client from AWS?

No. AWS does not sell any Windows Client operating system licenses on any of our services.


Can I bring my own Windows Desktop Client licenses for use on AWS?

Yes. Perpetual Windows Enterprise desktop licenses with active Software Assurance (SA) purchased before 10/1/2019 (or as a true-up under an agreement effective before 10/1/2019) can be deployed on AWS dedicated infrastructure until SA renewal. Upon SA renewal, Microsoft license terms require a transition to VDA E3/E5 user licenses for the deployment of Windows desktop client on dedicated AWS infrastructure.


Can I use License Mobility with Windows Client?

No, as specified in the Microsoft Product Terms, License Mobility does not apply to Windows Client. License Mobility is not required to deploy Windows Client licenses on EC2 Dedicated Hosts or EC2 Dedicated Instances. If you choose to use Dedicated Hosts and BYOL, then you can bring in your own licenses for Windows Client without needing License Mobility although you may be required to purchase a VDA license from Microsoft at future EA renewal.

 

Can I bring in my own Office licenses for use on AWS?

Yes, you can BYOL perpetual Microsoft Office licenses for use on EC2 Dedicated Hosts or EC2 Dedicated Instances if the licenses were purchased prior to 10/1/2019 (or added as a true-up under an active Enterprise Enrollment that was effective prior to 10/1/2019). Driver talent pro review - Activators Patch these specific BYOL scenarios, the licenses can only be upgraded to versions that were available prior to 10/1/2019.  If you bring existing licenses to EC2 Dedicated Hosts or EC2 Dedicated Instances, then you are using hardware that is fully dedicated to your use.

 

Can I use License Mobility with Microsoft Office?

No, Microsoft does not grant License Mobility benefits to Microsoft Office.

Can I buy other license included Microsoft products for use on EC2?

No. AWS sells only Windows Server and SQL Server licenses today for use on Amazon EC2.


Can I bring in my own licenses for use on AWS?

Yes. We have many customers that have successfully brought in and deployed licenses on Amazon EC2. These deployments include, but are not limited to, Exchange, SharePoint, Skype for Business, Remote Desktop Services, Office, Dynamics products, BizTalk, and System Center.

Customers can choose to use shared EC2 instances and utilize License Mobility or they can purchase EC2 Dedicated Hosts and utilize physically dedicated hardware.

  • Amazon EC2 instances with a default tenancy
    License Mobility through Software Assurance allows qualifying customers to bring in eligible Microsoft software onto AWS default tenancy servers. The AWS License Mobility Page is a great place to start the process. You will need to fill out the appropriate License Mobility forms and file them with Microsoft to ensure that the licenses are able to be imported into AWS.
  • Amazon EC2 Dedicated Host
    EC2 Dedicated Hosts allow customers to bring licenses that do not qualify for License Mobility or that do not have active Software Assurance. When you bring existing licenses to EC2 Dedicated Hosts, you are using hardware that is physically dedicated to your use. For more information on bringing licenses without Software Assurance or License Mobility benefits, please see this section of the FAQ. Please visit the Dedicated Hosts detail page for more information on Dedicated Hosts.

Can I use License Mobility?

Yes. License Mobility is a Microsoft Software Assurance benefit that allows you to bring specific product licenses to shared cloud infrastructure, including default (shared) tenant Amazon EC2. Active Software Assurance is required to be eligible for License Mobility. For additional information on License Mobility, please see the License Mobility page on the AWS site.

For information on bringing licenses without Software Assurance or License Mobility benefits, please see this section of the FAQ.

How can I obtain additional Remote Desktop Services licenses?

Each Amazon EC2 instances come with two Remote Desktop Services (aka Terminal Services) licenses for administration purposes. This Quickstart is available to help you provision these licenses for your administrators. You can also use AWS Systems Manager Session Manager, which enables remoting into EC2 instances without RDP and without a need for RDP licenses. If additional Remote Desktop Services licenses are needed, Remote Desktop user CALs should be purchased from Microsoft or a Microsoft license reseller. Remote Desktop users CALs with active Software Assurance have License Mobility benefits and can be brought to AWS default (shared) tenant environments. For information on bringing licenses without Software Assurance or License Mobility benefits, please see this section of the FAQ.

If you are providing this is a service to a third party (not internal use), then the Service Provider License Agreement (SPLA) could be used to license Remote Desktop Services. Under this model, you would deploy your service on AWS and rent remote desktop licenses for your end users on a monthly basis. Information on SPLA can be found at: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/CloudandHosting/Licensing_Get_started_with_SPLA.aspx

Are System Center products such as System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) and System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) eligible for BYOL on Amazon EC2 Windows Server?

Yes, System Center Server Standard and System Center Server Datacenter include these Server Management products, and when these licenses have active Software Assurance, they can be deployed on default or dedicated tenant EC2 Windows Server environments through License Mobility.

In contrast, when System Center products are purchased individually as Client Management Licenses, and are not purchased as part of System Center Standard or System Center Datacenter suites, the licenses are intended for managing end user clients rather than server environments.

Can I use my own SPLA?

AWS has many customers and partners that utilize their own SPLA for licensing. AWS customers can use their own SPLA in scenarios where they are offering software services to third parties. Customers that have a SPLA with Microsoft are governed by the Services Provider Use Rights (SPUR). The SPUR describes exactly how customers can outsource their infrastructure to AWS. Products licensed by user can be deployed on multi-tenant AWS and licensed on a monthly basis under the customer’s SPLA. Unless deployed on EC2 dedicated infrastructure, products that are licensed by core or processor (Windows Server, SQL Server) should be licensed with AWS license included instances.

What are Self Hosting rights?

ISVs can choose to utilize self-hosting rights with Microsoft as part of their Enterprise Agreement (EA). This allows them to take advantage of pricing that they have negotiated with Microsoft under their EA. Microsoft requires that customers not mix self-hosting rights and SPLA for each application. If you have a solution that is licensed under the self-hosting benefit and you wish to bring it to AWS, you can deploy this on EC2 default tenancy. In this scenario, you would still be required to purchase a Windows license-included instance. Dedicated Hosts are not required for SQL (or other included self-hosting products) due to AWS’s status as a license mobility partner. 

Can Microsoft BizSpark licenses be used on AWS?

No, at this time new BizSpark licenses cannot be used on AWS. We encourage startups to try AWS Activate, with benefits including usage credits, support, training and more.

How frequently does AWS patch Windows AMIs?

AWS provides updated, fully patched Windows AMIs within 5 business days of Microsoft’s patch Tuesday (second Tuesday of each month).

What happens with previously published AMIs?

AWS deprecates previously published Windows and SQL Server AMIs within 10 business days after a new set of AMIs is published.

How do I know I'm launching the latest AWS published AMI?

When wise care 365 key 2019 - Crack Key For U new Windows AMIs, AWS follows a consistent naming scheme. For example, Windows_Server-2012-R2_RTM-English-64Bit-Base-2014.05.20. Look for the date stamp in the AMI name. You find the date stamp (last 8 digits) at the end of the AMI name.

What’s new in Windows Server 2019?

Windows Server 2019 is Microsoft’s newest release of Windows Server. Windows Server 2019 comes loaded with a variety of powerful new features including support for Docker and Windows Containers. By running Windows Server 2019 on Amazon EC2, users can leverage the performance and elasticity of AWS to get up and running on this new release.

Note: Starting with Windows Server version 1709, Nano Server will be available only as a container base OS image. Please see changes to Nano Server for more details.

How is AWS supporting Windows Server 2019?

AWS is releasing several new AMIs, including Windows Server 2019, Windows Server 2019 with Containers and Windows Server 2019 with SQL Server 2017.

Are there any other significant changes regarding Windows Server 2019 AMIs?

Windows Server 2019 AMIs feature an all-new version of the SSM agent that replaces the functionality previously supported by the EC2Config service, thereby eliminating the need for EC2Config. With these enhancements, Sql server configuration manager 2017 download - Activators Patch agent now supports a number of advanced settings and launch-time configurations. More details on the new SSM agent in Windows Server 2019 can be found in the User Guide.

How can I run Windows containers?

Launch an instance with the new Windows Server 2019 with Containers AMI. You can find a sample walkthrough in the AWS Blog.


Does Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) support Windows containers?

Yes, Amazon ECS supports Windows containers on container instances that are launched with the Amazon ECS-optimized Windows AMI.

What will it cost to run Windows Server 2019?

Windows Server 2019 instances are billed under standard Windows EC2 pricing.

Which EC2 instance types work best with Windows Server 2019?

Microsoft recommends a minimum of 2GB RAM – visit the EC2 Instance Types page to see which instances fit best for your application.

Can I bring my own license (BYOL) for Windows Server 2019?

You can bring your own license to Amazon EC2 Dedicated Hosts, subject to your licensing terms with Microsoft. Use VM Import to create a Windows Server 2019 AMI from your own copy of Windows Server 2019.

Can I upgrade my Windows Server instance to Windows Server 2019?

Yes, you can upgrade Windows instances to Windows Server 2019. Visit this page for more details.

What AWS regions support Windows Server 2019?

Windows Server 2019 is available in all public and GovCloud AWS regions.

What’s new in Windows Server 2016?

Windows Server 2016 is Microsoft’s newest release of Windows Server. Windows Server 2016 comes loaded with a variety of powerful new features including support for Docker and Windows Containers. The release also features a Nano Server deployment option that boots faster than the Standard Edition and uses a fraction of the disk space. By running Windows Server 2016 on Amazon EC2, users can leverage the performance and elasticity of AWS to get up and running on this new release.

Note: Starting with Windows Server version 1709, Nano Server will be available only as a container base OS image. Please see Changes to Nano Server for microsoft office word 2007 free download full version - Crack Key For U details.

How is AWS supporting Windows Server 2016?

AWS is releasing several new AMIs, including Windows Server 2016, Nano Server, Windows Server 2016 with Containers and Windows Server 2016 with SQL Server 2016.

How is Nano Server different from Windows Server 2016?

Nano Server is optimized to run cloud-hosted applications and containers. Compared to Windows Server 2016, it starts faster, requires fewer updates, consumes far less disk space, presents less surface area for security threats, and only runs 64-bit applications, tools, and agents. Nano Server has no graphical user interface – all administration is done remotely via PowerShell or WMI.

How is the EC2 Console experience different for Nano Server?

For Nano Server, Get Instance Screenshot and System Log views are supported, however given Nano Server is headless, Connect via RDP is not. Instead, users can administer a running Nano Server instance via PowerShell remoting, via PowerShell CIM sessions over WinRM, or via Windows Remote Management.

Can I create my own images from Windows Server 2016 and Nano Server instances?

Yes, you can create customized AMIs from Windows Server 2016 and Nano Server instances. As a best practice, AWS recommends generalizing an image by running sysprep when creating a new Windows AMI, and this continues to be true for Windows Server 2016. However, sysprep is not included in Nano Server, meaning image generalization is not available when creating a Windows AMI from Nano Server. Alternately, users can customize a Nano Server instance post-launch by using Run Command, which enables configuration via remote command execution.

Are there any other significant changes regarding Windows Server 2016 AMIs?

Windows Server 2016 and Nano Server AMIs feature an all-new version of the SSM agent that replaces the functionality previously supported by the EC2Config service, thereby eliminating the need for EC2Config. With these enhancements, SSM agent now supports a number of advanced settings and launch-time configurations. More details on the new SSM agent in Windows Server 2016 and Nano Server can be found in the User Guide.

How can I run Windows containers?

Launch an instance with the new Windows Server 2016 with Containers AMI. You can find a sample walkthrough in the AWS Blog.

Does Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) support Windows containers?

Yes. Amazon ECS supports Windows containers on container instances that are launched with the Amazon ECS-optimized Windows AMI.

What will it cost to run Windows Server 2016?

Windows Server 2016 instances are billed under standard Windows EC2 pricing.

Which EC2 instance types work best with Windows Server 2016?

Microsoft recommends a minimum of 2GB RAM – visit the EC2 Instance Types page to see which instances fit best for your application.

Can I bring my own license (BYOL) for Windows Server 2016?

You can bring your own license to Amazon EC2 Dedicated Hosts, subject to your licensing terms with Microsoft. Use VM Import to create a Windows Server 2016 AMI from your own copy of Windows Server 2016.

Can I upgrade my Windows Server instance to Windows Server 2016?

Yes, you can upgrade Windows instances to Windows Server 2016. Visit this page for more details.

What AWS regions support Windows Server 2016?

Windows Server 2016 is available in all AWS regions. 

What editions of Windows Server 2012 R2 are available in AMIs?

We will be releasing AMIs with Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard Edition. For details on the differences between the Windows Server Editions, please refer to the Microsoft documentation.

Will it cost more to run Windows Server 2012 R2?

No. Both On-Demand and Reserved instance pricing for Windows Server 2012 R2 is the same as the pricing for earlier versions of Windows Server available on Amazon EC2. You can view the current pricing for Amazon EC2 instances here: http://aws.amazon.com/ec2/pricing.

Which AWS regions are supported?

Windows Server 2012 R2 is available in all AWS regions.

Which Amazon EC2 instance types are supported?

At this time, all Amazon EC2 instance types are supported.

What languages are available?

We support 19 languages with the Windows Server 2012 R2 AMIs. Current list of supported languages: Brazilian Portuguese, Traditional Portuguese, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.

How do I deploy my applications running Windows Server 2012 R2 to AWS?

You can use AWS Elastic Beanstalk to deploy and manage your applications on Windows Server 2012 R2 in the AWS cloud. Additionally, you can deploy directly to Amazon EC2 instances launched from the EC2 console or the AWS Marketplace. Also, you can use the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio to get your application deployed and running in a few clicks.

Which SQL Server version/edition and languages are available with Windows Server 2012 R2 AMIs?

The following SQL Server languages, version and editions are available with Windows Server 2012 R2 AMI: English, Japanese and Brazilian Portuguese: SQL Server 2014 (Enterprise (English only), Express, Standard and Web editions).

Windows Server 2012 R2 has two file systems: NTFS and ReFS. Which one should I use?

ReFS was designed for file sharing workloads like sharing content or streaming videos. Windows applications like SQL Server support NTFS and will not install on a ReFS volume.

Can I create a Storage Space using an EBS volume?

Yes. EBS volumes can be used to setup a Storage Pool. The volumes can be formatted as NTFS or ReFS depending upon your application*.

How do I switch to the new Windows Server Start screen?

Move your mouse to the lower left corner, wait for the Start screen and then click to switch into the Start screen.

On previously published Windows Server AMIs, I followed the steps in the documentation to enable enhanced networking. Do I still need to do this for Windows Server 2012 R2 AMIs?

No, you don’t need to do this for the new Windows Server 2012 R2 AMIs if you followed the steps to enable enhanced networking in the documentation. The AMIs provide built-in support for enhanced networking via SR-IOV on R3, C3 and I2 instances.

Windows Server 2003 has reached End of Support, AWS no longer publishes Server 2003 AMIs effective 1st July 2019. Customers with Custom AMIs and or existing instances may continue using pdf-xchange editor crack serial key - Free Activators on AWS. AWS has no plans to remove the capability to run Server 2003 on AWS. For more detailed information on Server 2003 and other Microsoft Products that are no longer supported by Microsoft please see End of Support messaging.

Q. What is Microsoft End of Support (EOS)?

Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) Microsoft Lifecycle Policy offers 10 years of support (5 years for Mainstream Support and 5 years for Extended Support) for Business and Developer products (such as SQL Server and Windows Server). As per the policy, after the end of the Extended Support period there will be no patches or security updates.

Semi-Annual Channel (SAC) Microsoft Lifecycle Policy offers 18 months of support from the date of public availability, which may be the same month, or month following the release date. As per the policy, no further security updates will be provided after the end of support.

Q. How do I know if I’m using LTSC or SAC release?

LTSC and SAC releases may share a common build number, but can be distinguished by the Windows Product Name. LTSC releases include the version in the product name, e.g. Windows Server 2019 Datacenter, while SAC product names do not, e.g. Windows Server Datacenter. The Windows Product Name can be returned by PowerShell using the Get-ComputerInfo cmdlet, example below.

Get-ComputerInfo -Property WindowsProductName

Images provided by AWS follow a standard naming convention in which the OS version immediately follows Windows_Server-* in an AMI’s name. LTSC versions are denoted by the 4 digit year of the release, e.g. Windows_Server-2019-*. SAC versions are comprised of the last 2 digits of the release year combined with the 2 digit month of the intended release, e.g. Windows_Server-1903-* (2019, March).

Q. How does EOS affect my existing instances on Amazon Web Services (AWS)?

There is no direct impact to existing instances. Customers can continue to start, run, and stop instances.
Microsoft will not provide patches for EOS products, unless customers purchase Extended Security Updates.

Q. Can I import images that contain EOS software into AWS using AWS tools?

Yes, customers can continue to import images to AWS using VM Import/Export (VMIE), Server Migration Service (SMS), or CloudEndure.

Q. How does EOS affect Managed AWS Windows AMIs?

There is no direct impact to existing AMIs registered in customer accounts.
AWS will not publish or distribute Managed AWS Windows AMIs that contain EOS software to AWS Management Console, Quick Start, or AWS Marketplace.
Customers with dependencies on Managed AWS Windows AMIs impacted by EOS should consider their options, including creating Custom AMI(s) within their AWS account(s) to enable new instance launches. Learn more about custom AMI creation here.

Q. Can I launch new instances that include EOS software from my Custom Amazon Machine Images (AMIs)?

Yes.

Q. Can I create additional Custom AMIs from existing Custom AMIs in my account that contain EOS software?

Yes.

Q. What are my options for running Microsoft software that is approaching EOS?

AWS customers running EOS software on EC2 instances have several options:

Remain on EOS software: Customers may decide to remain on EOS software. There will be no impact to existing instances, or to custom AMIs.

Upgrade and migrate to AWS (for Windows Server): For customers running workloads on EOS Windows Server on premises or on AWS, we offer AWS End-of-Support Migration Program (EMP) for Windows Server to assist with migration of such workloads to newer, supported Windows Server versions on Amazon EC2. This program offers technology and expert guidance to migrate applications running on Windows Server 2003, 2008, and 2008 R2. The EMP technology decouples the applications from the underlying OS, enabling AWS Partners or AWS Professional Services to migrate critical applications to a newer, supported version of Windows Server on AWS. For more information on the program and to sign up, visit the program webpage. 

Automated upgrade: For customers with SQL Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008 R2, AWS Systems Manager automates the performance of non-destructive in-place upgrades. SQL Server 2008 R2 customers can upgrade to SQL Server 2012 R2 and again to SQL Server 2016 (BYOL only). Windows Server 2008 R2 customers can upgrade to Windows Server 2012 R2. For customers with a License Included (LI) version of Windows Server or SQL Server, there is no additional licensing cost to upgrade. For more information, please visit AWS database blog.

Manual in-place upgrade for Microsoft Windows Server:

License Included: Customers using Amazon License Included for Windows Server can perform in-place upgrades for their Windows instances. For more information, please visit AWS public documentation.

BYOL: Customers using the BYOL model can perform a manual in-place upgrade for Windows Server following the steps referenced in the License Included option above, using their own Media.

Manual in-place upgrade for Microsoft SQL Server:

License Included: AWS customers using License Included SQL Server can perform in-place upgrades on running instances. Please contact AWS support for additional assistance and detail on upgrade paths.

BYOL: Customers using the BYOL sql server configuration manager 2017 download - Activators Patch can perform a manual in-place upgrade for SQL Server using their Media. For more information, please visit Microsoft documentation.

Explore other platform options. AWS is committed to offering its customers the most flexibility in the cloud. AWS customers interested in the benefits of migrating certain SQL Server or Windows workloads to a different platform can contact their AWS account teams for more information.

For more information on all of Amazon’s products and Services, please visit AWS product page.

Q: What applications are best suited for EMP?

Application that have dependencies on legacy versions of Windows and lack support on newer version of Windows are prime candidates for EMP. EMP eliminates the underlying OS dependencies by packaging the dependencies in the EMP package which can run as a self-contained setup on any newer version total commander downloads Windows.

Q: Should all legacy applications use EMP?

Some applications will be compatible with newer version of Windows. For such applications, a simple upgrade of the underlying OS is generally the easiest path forward. EMP works best for applications that are incompatible with newer versions of Windows.

Q. Can I purchase Extended Security Updates to cover instances that run on AWS, utilizing Microsoft EOS software?

Yes, Extended Security Updates (ESU) are available directly from Microsoft or a Microsoft licensing partner. To be eligible to purchase ESU, Microsoft requires Software Assurance under an Enterprise Agreement (EA), Enterprise Subscription Agreement (EAS), a Server & Cloud Enrollment (SCE), an Enrollment for Education Solutions (EES), or Subscription.

Extended Security Updates can be purchased on an annual basis for servers as needed up to a maximum of 3 years after a product's EOS date. The approximate cost of ESU for an EOS product is 75% of the annual license cost for the affected product. However, ESU only include security updates and bulletins rated "critical" for SQL Server, and those rated "critical" and "important" Windows Server, still leaving your software open to other potential vulnerabilities. We suggest that customers should consider all available options for EOS, see “What are my options for running Microsoft software that is approaching EOS?” for more information.

Read more about Microsoft's Extended Security Updates here.

Windows Server 2003
Extended Security Updates available for Amazon License Included? No.
Extended Security Updates available for Bring Your Own License (BYOL)? No.

Windows Server 2008/2008 R2
Extended Security Updates available for Amazon License Included? Yes.
Extended Security Updates available for Bring Your Own License (BYOL)? Yes; active Software Assurance (SA) required.

Windows Server SAC releases
Extended Security Updates available for Amazon License Included? No.
Extended Security Updates available for Bring Your Own License (BYOL)? No

SQL Server iskysoft toolbox for android 5.2.0 crack - Activators Patch Security Updates available for Amazon License Included? No.
Extended Security Updates available for Bring Your Own License (BYOL)? No.

SQL Server 2008/2008 R2
Extended Security Updates available for Amazon License Included? No.
Extended Security Updates available for Bring Your Own License (BYOL)? Yes; active Software Assurance (SA) required.

Q. Which Microsoft products sold by Amazon are approaching EOS, and when will Microsoft cease support?

Note: Information reflects publicly available Microsoft EOS dates as of April 4th, 2019.

Microsoft Windows Server:

  • Windows Server 2003 - July 14th, 2015 
  • Windows Server 1709 - April 9th, 2019 
  • Windows Server 1803 - November 12th, 2019 
  • Windows Server 2008 - January 14th, 2020
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 – January 14th, 2020
  • Windows Server 1809 - May 12th, 2020
  • Windows Server 1903 - December 8th, 2020
  • Windows Server 1909 - May 11th, 2021

Microsoft SQL Server:

  • SQL Server 2005 – April 12th, 2016
  • SQL Server 2008 – July 9th, 2019
  • SQL Server 2008 R2 – July 9th, 2019

More information on Microsoft's Application Lifecycle can be found here.

Q. What Amazon products and services are affected by EOS and when will changes be made?

Starting July 1st, 2019 Microsoft requires AWS to no longer publish and distribute License Included Managed AWS Windows AMIs (available in AWS Management Console and Quick Start), media, and services that use or contain Microsoft EOS products. Products that have reached end of support in prior years are also subject to these restrictions. The following products and services are affected:

Managed AWS Windows AMIs:
AWS will no longer publish and distribute Managed AWS Windows AMIs that contain EOS software to AWS Management Console, Quick Start or AWS Marketplace.

Microsoft Windows Server:

  • Windows Server 2003 - July 1st, 2019
  • Windows Server 1709 - July 1st, 2019
  • Windows Server 1803 - November 12th, 2019
  • Windows Server 2008 - January 14th, 2020
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 - January 14th, 2020
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Microsoft SQL Server:

  • SQL Server 2005 – July 1st, 2019
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RDS will automatically upgrade customer databases that remain on SQL Server 2008 to SQL Server 2012 starting on June 1, 2019. We recommend customers test this upgrade prior to this date to ensure compatibility.
RDS customers can upgrade their Database version at any time. Learn more about upgrading your SQL Server 2008 R2 database in RDS here.

Amazon WorkSpaces:

WorkSpaces will stop offering License Included public bundles of Windows 7 Experience powered by Windows Server 2008 R2 after January 14th 2020.
WorkSpaces launched from License Included public bundles with Windows 7 Desktop Experience will no longer be able to be launched or rebuilt after January 14th 2020.

There is no impact for WorkSpaces created from BYOL bundles. Customers can continue to launch/rebuild those instances.
Customers who have created custom License Included bundles powered by Windows Server 2008 R2 will be able to use their custom bundles to launch or rebuild WorkSpaces after EOS.

Microsoft will not provide patches for EOS products unless customers purchase Extended Security Updates.

Q. Does the change to Microsoft’s EOS software distribution policy only apply to AWS?

Microsoft has advised that this change will apply to all hyperscale cloud providers.

Q. What are other AWS Customers doing?

AWS customers such as Sysco, Hess, Ancestry, and Expedia have successfully migrated and modernized their Windows workloads on AWS. Read more about what AWS customers are doing here.

Q. What are the cost implications of moving to a supported Microsoft Operating System or SQL Server version?

License Included: There is no additional licensing costs to move to a newer version of the software when using Amazon's License Included options, for example:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2019 is the same price as Microsoft Windows Server 2003/2008/2008 R2.
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2017 (by edition) is the same price as Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008/2008 R2 (by edition).

BYOL: Customers with active Software Assurance (SA) can upgrade to a newer version at no cost. Customers without SA can purchase a new license from Microsoft.

Q. If I experience a technical issue running a product that has reached Microsoft EOS, will AWS Support assist me?

Yes, customers with AWS Support plans will be able to engage AWS Support for technical issues.

NOTE: As per Microsoft's policy, after the end of the Extended Support, Microsoft will no longer provide patches or security updates unless Extended Security updates has been purchased.

Find more information on AWS Support plans here.

Q. If I have further questions around the use of Microsoft EOS on AWS, whom should I contact?

Please email aws.EOS.Microsoft@amazon.com.

Q: What options I have for in-places upgrade of my Win 2008 and Win 2012 instances?

In-place upgrade options are covered in detail here.

Q. Specifically, which License Included Managed AWS Windows AMIs are affected and when does this take effect?

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Glossary
AMI (Amazon Machine Image): Is a template for the root volume for the instance (for example, an operating system, an application server, and applications), manages launch permissions that control which AWS accounts can use the AMI to launch instances. Contains a block device mapping that specifies the volumes to attach to the instance when it's launched.
AWS (Amazon Web Services): offers a broad set of global compute, storage, database, analytics, application, and deployment services that help organizations move faster, lower IT costs, and scale applications.
AWS Management Console: access and manage Amazon Web Services through a simple and intuitive web-based user interface.
BYOL (Bring Your Own License): is a process you can use to deploy software that you have previously licensed on physically dedicated AWS hardware. If you BYOL, you do not pay for instances with licensing included in the cost. Instead, you pay the same rate as EC2 instances with Amazon Linux pricing. When you BYOL, you are responsible for managing your own licenses.
CloudEndure: offers reliable business continuity solutions that minimize data loss and downtime due to human errors, network failures, external threats, or any other disruptions. Our Disaster Recovery and Migration solutions are powered by innovative workload mobility technology, which continuously replicates applications from any physical, virtual, or cloud-based infrastructure into Amazon Web Services (AWS). As such, CloudEndure is uniquely qualified to support large-scale, heterogeneous environments with diverse applications and infrastructure.
Custom AMI: is an AMI created in your account either built from an imported image or captured from an existing instance. For example, you can launch an instance from an existing AMI, customize the instance, and then save this updated configuration as a custom AMI. Instances launched from this new custom AMI include the customizations that you made when you created the AMI.
EC2 (Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud): provides scalable computing capacity in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.
EMP (End-of-Support Migration Program) for Windows Server: program that helps customers with migration of their legacy Windows Server applications to the latest, supported versions of Windows Server on AWS, without any code changes.
EOS (End of Support): is a term used to reference Microsoft ending support for a product, in accordance with their Product Lifecycle policy.
Hyperscale: refers to the facilities and provisioning required in distributed computing environments to efficiently scale from a few servers to thousands of servers. Hyperscale computing is usually used in environments such as big data and cloud computing.
In-Place Upgrade: upgrades the operating system files while your personal settings and files are intact.
Instance (EC2 Instance): is a virtual server in the AWS cloud. Its configuration at launch is a copy of the AMI that you specified when you launched the instance.
LI (License Included): refers to the use of Amazon's Microsoft Licensing Agreement for Windows Server and SQL Server.
LTSC (Long Term Servicing Channel): is a release channel of Windows Server released once per 2-3 years with stability and long term support in mind. LTSC releases provide a predictable OS experience and provide 5 years of traditional support starting from initial release, plus an additional 5 years of extended support for security updates.
VMIE (AWS VM Import/Export): is an AWS Service used to import Operating System Images to AWS EC2 in an offline mode.
RDS (Amazon Relational Database Service): is a web service that makes it easier to set up, operate, and scale a relational database in the cloud. It provides cost-efficient, resizable capacity for an industry-standard relational database and manages common database administration tasks.
SA (Software Assurance): is a comprehensive program offered by Microsoft to help deploy, manage, and use Microsoft products efficiently.
SAC (Semi-Annual Channel): is release channel of Windows Server released twice per year with a limited support life cycle, ending 18 months from initial release. SAC releases allow customers to pilot the latest OS features quickly, but are not intended for long term use.
SMS (AWS Server Migration Service): Cubase Pro 11.0.20 Crack With Activation Number Free Download 2021 an AWS Service used to import Operating System Images to AWS EC2 in an online mode.
WorkSpaces (Amazon Workspaces): is a managed, secure cloud desktop service. You can use Amazon WorkSpaces to provision either Windows or Linux desktops in just a few minutes and quickly scale to provide thousands of desktops to workers across the globe.

Does AWS offer SharePoint instances?

Not completely. We provide one Windows Server 2008 R2 image that offers Microsoft SharePoint Foundation smadav 2019 rev 12.7 registration key - Free Activators SP2.

How can I run SharePoint on AWS?

You can run SharePoint on AWS by deploying eligible licenses with active Software Assurance through Microsoft’s License Mobility program. Learn more at http://aws.amazon.com/windows/resources/licensemobility/. SharePoint can also be deployed on Amazon EC2 Dedicated Hosts without Software Assurance.

What is Microsoft License Mobility?

Microsoft License Mobility through Software Assurance allows Microsoft customers to move current on-premises Microsoft Server application workloads to Amazon Web Services (AWS), without any additional Microsoft software license fees. This benefit is available to Microsoft Volume Licensing (VL) customers with eligible server applications covered by active Microsoft Software Assurance (SA) contracts. Learn more at http://aws.amazon.com/windows/resources/licensemobility/.

What if I do not have Software Assurance on the Licenses?

Please contact your Microsoft Large Account Reseller (LAR) for options on how to purchased and/or add Software Assurance to existing licenses.  For information on bringing licenses without Software Assurance or License Mobility benefits, please see this section of the FAQ.

How do SharePoint licenses on AWS work?

One SharePoint license can be assigned to one AWS instance (no max/min size).

How do I use a SQL Instance with SharePoint on AWS?

Customers can run their existing SQL licenses per the License Mobility program or they can run on an AWS SQL instance. For more information on SQL instances running on Amazon EC2, including pricing, please visit http://aws.amazon.com/windows/products/ec2.

What is EC2Rescue for Windows?

EC2Rescue for EC2 Windows is a convenient, straightforward, GUI-based troubleshooting tool that can be run on your Amazon EC2 Windows Server instances to troubleshoot operating system-level issues and collect advanced logs and configuration files for further analysis. EC2Rescue simplifies and expedites the troubleshooting of EC2 Windows instances. For more information, visit here.

Does AWS support customers running versions of Windows prior to Server 2003 R2?

Not officially. While it may be possible to create an image of an older operating system, driver support would pose a major challenge to functionality. AWS cannot offer support for these scenarios, however customers are welcome to run these workloads without the expecatation of support.

Will customers have to recreate their environment using other technologies in order to receive support from AWS or Microsoft?

No. Customers can receive support running Microsoft workloads on AWS from both AWS and Microsoft under the customer’s support agreements with AWS or Microsoft without having to recreate their environment using other technologies. In the very rare case a problem could not be duplicated, AWS would work with the customer to recreate the issue in a Microsoft validated environment.

Is AWS SVVP Validated?

AWS does not need to be SVVP validated for customers to be fully supported running Microsoft workloads on AWS. As Microsoft explains: “SVVP does not apply to vendors that are hosting Windows Server or other Microsoft products through the Microsoft Service Provider License Agreement Program (SPLA). Support for SPLA customers is provided under the SPLA agreement by the SPLA hoster.” (see http://www.windowsservercatalog.com/svvp.aspx).

Without SVVP Validation, are Microsoft products fully supported in the AWS environment?

Yes. SVVP validation is not applicable to SPLA providers. Support for SPLA customers is provided under the SPLA agreement by AWS. AWS is fully committed to supporting our customers running Microsoft workloads on AWS.

Источник: https://aws.amazon.com/windows/faq/

Getting Started with SQL Server 2012 Express LocalDB


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Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - 7:28:29 AM - Adam FoleyBack To Top(66445)

Thanks for sharing this info.  This was exactly what I needed to get the SQL Server Managerment Studio working.  I tried looking through the MIcrosoft doco but was far too hard for my expertise.  Direct and to the point with great screen shots and notes.  Thanks again.  

 


Wednesday, May 31, 2017 - 1:03:07 PM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(56360)

@Rory It shouldn't have required a restart *unless* you were told during installation that a restart would be required (I sometimes see this on the setup dialogs, but not always, and it is not restricted to LocalDB).

 


Wednesday, May 31, 2017 - 12:17:46 PM - RoryBack To Top(56356)

 Very helpful. Thanks. I did have to restart my computer after installation, not mentioned. I guess that was understood?

 


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I already connected to both of them.but transaction not yet.

 


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Friday, July 1, 2016 - 6:15:41 AM - JaneCBack To Top(41804)

we've just come across a requirement to install SQL Express 2012 LocalDB on a RDS host (terminal server)  -- is this possible or will we need to do something clever with App-V??

thanks

 


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Tuesday, March 17, 2015 - 5:27:48 AM - HaxstaBack To Top(36554)

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Wednesday, January 7, 2015 - 2:11:22 PM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(35859)

Note that for SQL Server 2014 the syntax for creating an automatic instance has changed from (local)\v11.0 (many have tried (local)\v12.0 as well) to (local)\MSSQLLocalDB. See Connect #845278 for details:

http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/845278


Monday, November 10, 2014 - 8:44:42 AM - AlbertBack To Top(35240)

Hi Mr. Aaron,

 

I am new to SQL LOCALDB, previously I am using MS ACCESS for our local deployments. I am currently looking for a small database with small footprint for our deployment purpose.

Currently, I am stucked with this database LOCALDB, What I did is create a database to test the database will all the tables in it, until I tried to DETACT the database via MSVS2012 IDE. until now I cannot find a way to attach the LOCALDB DB.

based on my understanding, LOCALDB saves the mdf/ldf at the c:\ users\appdata etc etc folder, but what I did when I created my database is saved the database on a different location.

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Hi Aaron Thanks for this guide.I have encountered the following errors: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\110\Tools\Binn\'Program' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
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Wednesday, October 1, 2014 - 6:20:03 AM - Waqar AhmedBack To Top(34791)

Above link Really helped in solving my LocalDB Issue.

 


Tuesday, September 23, 2014 - 6:43:38 AM - prajaktaBack To Top(34673)

i m using sql server management studio 2008 but i have error when i creating new table in database and i also cannot edit columns in tables. following error is occured:

what should i do, please reply me.

 

TITLE: Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio

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This backend version is not supported to design database diagrams or tables. (MS Visual Database Tools)

 


Monday, September 1, 2014 - 8:13:21 AM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(34342)

Sorry Luiz, I've never seen that one, and I doubt the key-related message has anything to do with LocalDb. I am suggest you bring it up with the makers of the software package you're trying to install.


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I'm new to sql server express.

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Thursday, August 22, 2013 - 12:06:55 PM - DenBack To Top(26435)

So. This is probably a stupid question. but how do I make my server visible to Microsoft Access 2007? I went to create an ADP file with an existing server, but it doesn't show on the pulldown.  


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Dear Aaron,

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i have one problem in connecting to server so due to ur article my problem is solved .

 

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Thursday, April 11, 2013 - 1:32:34 PM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(23309)

Thanks Jacob. Oh, and Windows 8 really still ships in x86? Why would anyone use that? :-)


Thursday, April 11, 2013 - 11:23:06 AM - Jacob KrimbelBack To Top(23307)

FYI, the default instance does not work on 32 bit Windows 8.  Easy steps to reproduce:

1.)  Install localdb on a Windows 8 x86 box

2.)  Connect to (localdb)\v11.0 using any application that can make a connection, such as SSMS.

3.)  Observe error message.

Only occurs with the default instance and only on Windows 8 x86.  Does not occur with named instances.


Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 7:20:54 AM - Soma TekumallaBack To Top(22568)

Very nice article - Glad I read it. I could NOT connect to my LocalDB instance using SQL Server 2005 Management Studio but was able to do so using SQL Servere 2012 Express. 


Monday, March 4, 2013 - 8:07:58 AM - AlexeyVGBack To Top(22547)

Can I use SQL Express LocalDB for commercial hosting services? According to the EULA - can not.

This restriction was in SQL Express2005 before SP1.

And now back in 2012.


Friday, December 21, 2012 - 1:35:31 PM - VitorBack To Top(21086)
Nevermind, turns out I had a previous sqlcmd even though it's the very first time I'm using SQL Server. It appears to install a lot of 2008 stuff for some reason.

Friday, December 21, 2012 - 1:17:26 PM - VitorBack To Top(21084)
I have tried this today, but I keep getting access denied when I try to use sqlcmd with my instance to create a DB. Management Studio gives a "file activation error" when trying to create the database. I have permissions to read and write to "C:\Users\NAME\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server Local DB\Instances\MyInstance", why is this happening? I have no prior experience with DBs, this is for a college assignment. Thanks!

Friday, December 21, 2012 - 7:52:16 AM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(21077)

Sorry Colin, I haven't used MSAccess since Access 97, so I'm the last person you want to ask about that. :-)


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Thursday, December 20, 2012 - 4:50:00 PM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(21070)

Colin I think the easiest way would be to simply create a backup of your local database and send that to the remote server (I assume it's a web hosting company of some sort) for them to restore.


Thursday, December 20, 2012 - 3:37:31 PM - ColinBack To Top(21068)

Hi Aaron Thank you for a very well presented lesson on creating an instant. I am new to sql and have thus far only developed MSaccess and Visual basic desk top applications. I trying to move my back end tables to sql Server. Honestly speaking i simply did not understand that you must create and instance. I assumed sql server would automatically create one on installion. For days i could not access SQL. A hearty thank you for showing me the light. I intend to test my application locally and then export the sql database to a remote online server. May i ask if you could clarify the basic steps to achieve this. Thanks again


Thursday, December 20, 2012 - 11:28:14 AM - VitorBack To Top(21060)
Nice and comprehensive article, thanks Mr. Bertrand.

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Monday, December 3, 2012 - 6:52:17 AM - Amanuel AmenteBack To Top(20701)

I created the "foo" database with "bar" table that have column called "ID" of data type int. My questions is how can I enter the actual table value? I want you to show me how to enter values 10, 30. . into the actual data table dbo.bar. 


Thursday, November 29, 2012 - 3:48:28 PM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(20643)

Brett true, but maybe for different reasons than you think:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13571331/is-it-normal-to-use-localdb-in-production


Thursday, November 29, 2012 - 1:05:21 PM - Brett BaggottBack To Top(20638)

Well, that was my point, it's not really meant for production.


Thursday, November 29, 2012 - 11:06:26 AM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(20632)

Brett, I suppose that deep down, aren't all products developed to fill a void and/or be better than their competitors? That said, I don't think SQLite users are the target audience in this case, even though some may find LocalDb more appealing than what they're using now (and full-on SQL Server Express / Developer).

LocalDb was developed - at least as far as I have been told - for two main purposes:

(1) to make a SQL Server developer's life easier. No need to install, configure and manage an instance of SQL Server. Get the runtime when you need it, without the overhead of a service when you don't.

(2) to make a workplace more secure. No need to manage security or remote connections, and no worry that an instance of SQL Server is forgotten about but running forever, unpatched, and exposed to who knows what over time.

While it's technically *supported* in production, that isn't its focus and it is not intending to unseat any of the other players there. Again, AFAIK. I don't work for Microsoft and so I don't have insight into all of their reasoning or intentions.


Wednesday, November 28, 2012 - 10:59:55 PM - Brett BaggottBack To Top(20617)

This post provides great information, presented expertly, and I admire the effort you've gone to in your comments section to help others work with and get value from the new LocalDb. However, and someone's got to say it, aren't we getting beyond the scope of LocalDb? I'm not trying to be an elitest or purist or anything but LocalDb isn't really meant to be a SQLite competitor is it? I'm not just trying to be a jerk here. I really want to know your opinion on if you think LocalDb will become an alternative to SQLite and other such low impact Sql providers (even though I still might argue it's not designed to be)?


Saturday, October 13, 2012 - 7:31:07 PM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(19911)

Nitish, I don't know how to fix "some kind of error" - can you please post your question (including the actual error message) to th Q & A section where I'm sure someone will be able to help you:

 

http://sqlserverquestions.mssqltips.com/questionlist.asp


Saturday, October 13, 2012 - 7:32:58 AM - Nitish SinghBack To Top(19906)

can one add username and password in the connection string for localdb.I have tried doing that but some kind of error is there.i have checked and re-checked my userID and password.But nothing is happening.Can you guide me in right direction

Thankyou

 


Friday, October 12, 2012 - 3:41:26 PM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(19900)

Maheshraj sorry, but from where I'm sitting I'm going to have a very hard time troubleshooting your issue. You need to make sure the instance is started (it won't be listed in SQL Server Configuration Manager but you can get the list of instances using SqlLocaldb.exe info and then for any instance you can get details, including state, using SqlLocaldb.exe info "instance name").


Friday, October 12, 2012 - 5:52:49 AM - MaheshrajBack To Top(19887)

Hi Aaron ,Thanks for your valuable help, i followed the Key suggested by youI restored the database into my (localdb\MyInstance) using Query window,

 but i got an another Big problem .

i have installed a product build in my system and tried to run the schema using database configuration wizardi selected the Dataserver as (localdb)\MyInstance and authentication as windows authenticationand clicked on next button .

I am getting the error as "a network -related or instance-specific error occurred while establishing a connection to sql server. The server was not found or was not accessible. verify that the instance name is correct and that sql server is configured to allow remote conections .(provider : sql network interfaceserror :26 -error locating server/instance specified) in server localdb\myinstance"

 

After that i went into sql server configuration manager and checked the SQL Server Servicesbut there are no item in the services.

Please help me in running the schema.


Thursday, October 11, 2012 - 7:02:02 PM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(19885)

Maheshraj, this is a bug I reported a while back:

http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/726826/management-studio-exception-for-localdb-instance

The key is to simply use a RESTORE DATABASE command in a query window instead of trying to do it through the Management Studio wizard.


Thursday, October 11, 2012 - 10:40:56 AM - MaheshrajBack To Top(19879)

Hi Aaron , 

This was a great work by you, for so may days i was striving for a localdband u have made it real .

I have some problems while retsoring databases in my local. and following are the details while restoring the database into my lcoal.

I Installed LocalDb in my system and named the instance as (localdb)\MyInstancei am trying to restore a database into the Localdb\MyInstancebut i am getting the error as "Property MasterDBPath is not available for Information 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Information'. This property may not exist for this object, or may not be retrievable due to insufficient access rights.  (SqlManagerUI)". 

Please help me in restoring the database into my instance.

 


Monday, October 1, 2012 - 10:36:03 AM - JonBack To Top(19753)

Hello, I have a problem in that my Dell computer mis-reports the sector size of my new Advanced Format Harddrive as having a Adobe Media Encoder CC 2021 v15.4.0.42 Crack Full Download {Updated} sector size, which causes LocalDB to choke. I tried installing a secondary drive and moving everything over to that, but there seems to be no way to convince LocalDB to accept that; I even see in your screenshots above that the "feature directories" are greyed out, just as they were in my install. How can I move LocalDB over to that other drive so that I can get it working on my developer computer? I'd hate to have to fall back to a virtual machine just because of that one annoying aspect of the installer. Isn't there some way to move the master db over to another drive or something?


Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 10:23:46 AM - VixBack To Top(19411)

Hi Aaron

Yeah we're connecting from .NET 2.0 applications still and we don't really have the option to upgrade just yet. I've tried connecting to the instance using the methods described but perhaps I need to share the instance first or something? I'm guessing the pipe name is the only one that is unique/different everytime however the bit that scared me is that when you execute select @@ServerName or select ServerProperty('ServerName') then it returns the machine name together with the strange instanced hex bit:

MYCOMPUTERNAME\LOCALDB#8512366D
The named pipe for the above connection was as follows:
np:\\.\pipe\LOCALDB#8512366D\tsql\query

Surely if (LocalDB)\TestInstance worked then it should also return that as the name from @@ServerName?

Cheers,
Vix

 


Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 9:42:49 AM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(19409)

@Vix, you shouldn't have to continue using the instance pipe name to connect. Are you using an older driver that doesn't understand localdb? Can you describe what application requires the instance pipe name to be used?


Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 3:14:44 AM - VixBack To Top(19405)

Nice stuff!

Quick question if anyone knows - I'm using the instance pipe name to connect which works however when I execute something like SELECT @@SERVERNAME I find that it returns a name with similar hex bits included - this is fine however I need to have a constant instance name instead of the different one (with it changing between restarts of the instance).i.e. to use as something that can always be connected to from a config file or for storing the name within the database for use somewhere else.

Any ideas?


Thursday, August 23, 2012 - 9:19:54 AM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(19193)

Bijan, you need to find SQLLocalDB.exe on your system and make sure that you call it from its location, by either:

 

(a) using CD in the command window first 

(b) using C:\.path.\SQLLocalDB.exe in your command explicitly

(c) ensuring that the containing folder is part of your PATH environment variable


Thursday, August 23, 2012 - 7:04:04 AM - BijanBack To Top(19187)

Hi Aaron

Thank you for the instructions. I am very new to all this and got stuck at the beginning. Successfully completed the SQL 2012 express LocalDB installation, but having problems interacting with it using the command line.

C:\> SqlLocalDb info  gives the following error message:

SqlLoacalDb not recognized as an internal or …&hellip.

I have window 7, office 2010 (32 bit) on a 64 machine and successfully followed all your instructions up to the error message.

Many thanks

 

 

 


Monday, August 20, 2012 - 2:58:49 PM - VarunBack To Top(19131)

I was struggling to connect to my local database after i installed SQL Server 20120 mngt studio and you post just did what I was expecting.

It saved me from getting mad. You solved the issue i was trying to resolve after n number of times of reinstallation of mngt studio.

 

Thanks a lot

 

 


Wednesday, May 30, 2012 - 12:02:23 PM - greg aikenBack To Top(17727)

i think that what A.Kadir reports here - is what i saw as a potential deployment concern. the same concern is being phrased in two different ways.

 

if it is possible for a (non-administrator) 'user' to create their own 'instance' of localdb by running "sqllocaldb create MyInstance", my best guess here would be that ideally this sequence should auto-magically create a windows authenticated login for 'user' to that newly created 'instance'.  if this is indeed possible, that would Connectify Hotspot Pro Crack With License Code [Mac & Windows] (2021) a very workable solution.  

 

in an application deployment scenario this could be achieved by either instructing the 'end user' to cd into the '.Microsoft SQL Server\110\Tools\Binn' folder and then run "sqllocaldb create MyInstance".

 

-or-

 

supply them with a script that does this for them.

 

if, on the other hand, even if a 'user' is able to create their own localdb instance - but this instance is unable to allow that 'user' to log in using windows authentication, then the only other route here would be to have an administrative account user both install localdb, and then sqlcmd (version 2012) and then;

 

create login localappuser with password="password", default_database=[master], default_language=[us_english], check_expiration=off, check_policy=off

 

exec sys.sp_addsrvrolemember @loginame="localappuser", @rolename="sysadmin"

 

go

 

(above could also be deployed as a script, albeit one that might need to be ran by the administrator)

 

the above sql essentially grants the standard 'user' full permissions within the realm of what one can do within localdb.  of course if one knew explicit priveleges to be granted, as opposed to giving the user 'sysadmin' priveleges - that can also be done.

 

what this does is change how the user will loginto localdb.  instead of logging in using windows authentication, this would allow them to get in using sql authentication (meaning in the connect string, one would use 'User Id=localappuser;Password=password;Persist Security Info=True;' (relative to the windows authentication connect string parameter 'Integrated Security=SSPI')


Wednesday, May 30, 2012 - 8:52:16 AM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(17725)
A.Kadir, did you share the instance using sqllocaldb -share? Did you try having the non-admin user create their own instance (why do they need to use an instance the admin created instead of just creating their own)? Please see this StackOverflow question and all the comments: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10214688/why-cant-i-connect-to-a-sql-server-2012-localdb-shared-instance

Wednesday, May 30, 2012 - 4:14:38 AM - A.Kadir BenerBack To Top(17717)

Thanks for all descriptions. But there is an error i cannot fix.

I've already used the localdb on a small project. I tested and saw no problem.

But when i deployed the application some users complained about connection problems which says there is a network related error to connect (localdb)\v11.0 instance is not reachable.

I finally reproduced the error message. The setup is ok, the .Net 4.0.2 update is ok and all other Windows updates are ok. There is no error when the application is started with Administrator account.

But when a user account is used the exception throws and says that the sql server is not reachable. Do you have any idea for the customers who wants to use a username which have no administrator privileges on their computer.

Thank you.


Thursday, May 24, 2012 - 3:38:25 PM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(17648)
Cheers greg, glad to help out in an unintended way. :-)

Thursday, May 24, 2012 - 1:58:25 PM - greg aikenBack To Top(17647)

you bring up a good point.  

my day-to-day role is 'support' for a software company who sells sql based applications.  im constantly working with both end users and IT support staff to install/configure/troubleshoot the software my employer produces.

im used to being, at times, almost verbally assaulted by IT people (without any further qualification being made here.) who sometimes say to me 'why is your software so hard to install, i dont want to give person such and such admin priveleges to install your software with, blah, blah, blah, etc.'  

up till now, ive always had sort of an 'im the undergog' in this type of conversation.  your last statement (above) has given me a totally different perspective on this.  next time some IT person comes at me with this type of attitude, ill just respond with 'well its YOUR policy to not allow joe to install software he needs to use to do his job, that requires you work with me to install it!  so lets work together in a cherry fashion and be done with it.'

thanks for inspiring me to change my tact here.


Thursday, May 24, 2012 - 12:40:22 PM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(17646)
And a further thought - if your machines are locked down due to group policy, corporate rules, what have you - why is it a good idea to bypass that for SqlLocalDb? If the policy dictates that they shouldn't be installing software on their local machines, then they shouldn't be installing software on their local machines, and I'll suggest the same thing I've suggested elsewhere: maybe local development isn't the answer. They can do the same thing connecting to their own database on a SQL Server instance you manage elsewhere.

Thursday, May 24, 2012 - 12:04:46 PM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(17644)
It is not perfect. To install LocalDB you may have to be an administrator (I'm not sure, I don't work in an environment where developers' machines are that locked down). But once it is installed, you shouldn't have to be an administrator to create and use instances.

Thursday, May 24, 2012 - 11:04:17 AM - greg aikenBack To Top(17641)

thanks tons.  so that takes care of my first main concern.

perhaps i could ask you one more.  my second concern is that all documentation states that in order to install LocalDB the user must be a member of the (local?) Administrators group.  i do realize LocalDb was primarily developed for 'developers' to use - and this would be understood that most application developers (eg; people who understand very well computing) would be (local?) Administrators on their own machines.

but if the aimpoint i have is a lighter weight, easier to install, easier to support database engine to be used by 'end users' (of an sql based application) - this is a different scenario.  each potential 'end user' could have different user account situations.  some could indeed be (local?) Administrators, and others could be domain users in a large organization where their IT management team FORBIDS the average user from having (local?) Administrator priveleges.

ideally - in my opinion - LocalDb 2012 is a 'step in the right direction'.  but i see a next release being ideally suited for 'end user' usage to add a new design aimpoint - remove the requirement of being an Administrator to install LocalDb.  If this restriction can be removed, then perhaps a future LocalDb 'user instance' could be freely and easily installed by a 'standard' windows user.  this would make sql based application (for 'stand alone' deployment) be much easier.

but since we are not there yet, and/or perhaps Microsoft's thought about above idea is not a match to mine, that leaves us with the present 'hard-requirement' of needing to be an Administrator to successfully install LocalDb 2012.  i believe LocalDb installs as a *.msi file.  do you know of any way the following can be robustly achieved?

a 'standard windows user' launches an install of LocalDb - and it is performed in a manner where it installs properly.  in other words, is there a way that a standard windows user can somehow force the installation to run elevated as Administrator, if they are not a member of the (local?) Administrators group?

ive read one may start 'msiexec' using '/a' parameter which somehow aims to do this, but it doesnt state if the user running such a command must be a member of Administrator group to effectively use the parameter.

i also know one may 'elevate a cmd window' to run as Administrator, the user may then cd into the directory that contains the *.msi file, then the user may invoke the full file name of the *msi installer.  this is far too complex of a sequence to expect computer non-savy end users to follow merely to install a program.  certainly there must be an 'easier' way.


Wednesday, May 23, 2012 - 6:24:52 PM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(17623)
Whoa, I have no idea what happened to the formatting on that reply, sorry. The current error log is in: C:\Users\[your user name]\AppData\Local\MicrosoftMicrosoft SQL Server Local DB\Instances\[instance name]\error.log

Wednesday, May 23, 2012 - 6:23:45 PM - Aaron BertrandBack To Top(17622)
Hi greg, There is certainly an error log for LocalDB instances. You can see this in Management Studio just like any other SQL Server instance: Management > SQL Server Logs. If you want to locate the files directly, you have to dig a little deeper; they're stored in the same folder where databases are created by default: C:\Users\

Wednesday, May 23, 2012 - 3:49:56 PM - greg aikenBack To Top(17616)

i am very interested to see if/how LocalDb can be useful to our organization.  my biggest problem is that i dont see any 'errorlog' file thats associated with LocalDb.  

for troubleshooting purposes, sqlexpress has a \Log directory and an active 'errorlog' file where bad login attempts, informational status, errors related to trying to create database backups and/or restores are also logged.

i would think such things would also be useful to know for a LocalDb instance.

do you have any insights into this?

also have you discovered any way to get LocalDB, and matching cli utility, to work on Windows XP?  ive been successful to install AND USE SUCCESSFULLY the sql2012 'sqlncli11' client connectivity library on Windows XP 32 bit.  ive also been succesful to install AND USE SUCCESSFULLY the sql2012 'sqlcmd' on Windows XP 32 bit.  Ive also been able to install LocalDB onto Windows XP 32-bit, however it unfortunately does not run (as there is a dependency for dlls that ship with Windows Vista or Seven - which obviously, are not normally found in Windows XP.

greg


Wednesday, May 16, 2012 - 9:12:35 AM - Kamala AyyarBack To Top(17481)

Nice article!! Thanks


Источник: https://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/2694/getting-started-with-sql-server-2012-express-localdb/

DUG Insight User Manual

For troubleshooting purposes, Kingdom projects in Auto SQL Server Express (SSE) mode can be manually attached to the SQL Server Management Studio. Follow the steps below to download and install Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.

Upon successful installation, see Manually Attaching Kingdom Database from an Auto SQL Server Express (SSE) Project to attach the Auto SSE Kingdom database manually.

Download and install

Download and install
  1. Open your preferred browser.
  2. Download Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29062.
  3. Choose your language and click Download.
  4. Select the ENU\x64\SQLManagementStudio_x64_ENU.exe check box to only download the Management Studio for 64-bit operating systems.
    • For 32-bit operating systems, select ENU\x86\SQLManagementStudio_x86_ENU.exe.

Note: If you do not have SQL Server 2012 installed on your machine, select ENU\x64\SQLEXPRWT_x64_ENU.exe (or ENU\x86\SQLEXPRWT_x86_ENU.exe for 32-bit) to download and install both SQL Server 2012 and Management Studio in a bundle.

  1. After the download is completed, run the .exe file as Administrator.
    • If there is no option to run it as Admin, open your Start menu, type "cmd" in the Search bar, right-click and run cmd as administrator.
    • At the command prompt, enter the file path of the .msi file (i.e. C:\Users\Guest\Desktop\SQLManagementStudio_x64_ENU.exe) and press Enter.
    • Click Run.

Note: If you are unsure about how to use the command prompt, please consult your IT Department for help.

  1. In the Installation Center, click on New SQL Server stand-alone installation to add features to an existing SQL Server 2012 instance.
  1. Read and accept the License Agreement.
  2. Click Next.
  3. At the Product Updates window, click Next to install the setup files.
  1. After the setup files finish installing, select to Add features to an existing instance at the Installation Type window.
  2. Click Next to proceed to Feature Selection.
  1. To install the Management Studio, select the Management Tools - Basic check box.
  2. When you are ready, click Next.
  3. At the Error Reporting window, skip the option to send information to Microsoft (optional), and click Next to begin the installation.
Источник: http://help.dugeo.com/m/faq/l/269345-installing-ms-sql-management-studio

Activating the SQL Server

In the preinstallation scenario, the SQL Server database is not activated. The following uses SQL Server 2012 as an example.

Prerequisites

You have obtained the product key of SQL Server 2012.

You can obtain the product key in the installation disc delivered with the SQL Server.

If the product key of the SQL Server is lost, Huawei cannot retrieve it. You need to purchase the product key of the SQL Server again.

Context

To determine whether the SQL Server is activated, perform the following steps:

  1. Log in to the server where the SQL Server database is installed as the SWMaster user.

    After security hardening, the administrator account changes from Administrator to SWMaster.

  2. Choose Start > Run, enter cmd, and press Enter.
  3. Enter osql -E.
  4. Run the following command:if charindex('Evaluation', @@version) > 0 select 'unregistered' else select 'registered' go
  5. If the message "unregistered" is displayed, the SQL Server is an evaluation version. In this case, you need to activate the SQL Server.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the operating system as the SWMaster user.

    After security hardening, the administrator account changes from Administrator to SWMaster.

  2. Choose SQL Server Installation Center (64-bit) from the Start menu.

  3. Click Maintenance in the left pane and then Edition Upgrade in the right.

    The SQL Server 2012 Setup dialog box is displayed.

  4. Click OK.

    In the Upgrade the Edition for SQL Server 2012 dialog box that is displayed, click Next.

  5. Select Enter the product key:, enter the serial number, and click Next.

  6. Select I accept the license terms and click Next.

  7. Retain the default values for Select Instance and Edition Upgrade Rules, and click Next.
  8. Click Upgrade.

  9. After the serial number of the SQL Server is updated, click Close.
Источник: https://support.huawei.com/enterprise/en/doc/EDOC1100011861/c5331781/activating-the-sql-server

KMS Activation of Windows Server 2022 and 2019

Due to the recent release of the new Windows Server 2022, it’s time to update the KMS activation infrastructure in your domain and add the support of new versions of Windows Server and Windows 11. In this article, we will look at installing the Volume Activation Services role on Windows Server, configuring and activating a KMS server using a .

Install Volume Activation Services Role on Windows Server

To deploy your own KMS server, you need to install the Volume Activation Services role on any of the hosts running Windows Server 2022, 2019, or 2016. If you already have a KMS server on Windows Server 2016 or Windows Server 2019, you can use this existing server (in this case, this section can be skipped).

  1. Install the Volume Activation Services role on your server from the Server Manager console or using the PowerShell command: install volume activation service role on windows server 2022
  2. Enable the Windows Firewall rule that allows to access the KMS server: (this opens access to the server on TCP port 1688).

Activating KMS Server on Windows Server 2022/2019

Next, you need to copy your personal KMS Host Key from your Microsoft account on the Volume Licensing Center website and activate your KMS server using this key.

  1. Sign in to your account on Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) website and go to License -> Relationship Summary -> Select License ID for your Active License contract -> Product Keys. Copy the KMS host key for Windows Server 2022; get kms host key for windows server 2022 from microsoft licensing portal
    KMS Host Key for Windows Server 2022 is called Windows Srv 2022 DataCtr/Std KMS (or use the Windows Srv 2019 DataCtr/Std KMS key for the previous version of Windows Server 2019 if you do not have Software Assurance subscription). Always use KMS Host Key for the maximum version of Windows Server available in your personal account. KMS server activated with a newer key will be able to activate all previous versions of Windows.
  2. Install the KMS host key using the following command in the elevated command prompt:
    Tip. If you already have a KMS key activated for a previous version of Windows Server on this server, you must first remove it using the command:
  3. Activate your KMS server in Microsoft: (the server must have direct access to the Internet to the Microsoft activation servers at least during the activation). Or you can activate the KMS server by phone (for this you need to run the graphical Volume Activation Tools from the Server Manager);
  4. If you want to publish the SRV record of the KMS server in your DNS (for automatic search of the KMS server by clients), run the command:
  5. Restart the Software Protection service:
  6. If you are going to use this KMS server to activate Microsoft Office products, you need to install the license packages for the Office versions you have. You can find the detailed instructions in the article KMS activation for Microsoft Office 2019/2016);
  7. Make sure your KMS server has been activated successfully. Run the command: Check the following values in the command output: Description = and License status = .
  8. Now you can use your KMS server to activate all supported Windows starting from Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008R2 (have officially reached the End of Support) and up to the latest versions of Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022).

Updates to Extend KMS Support for Windows Server 2022 and 2019

You can use KMS hosts with previous versions of Windows Server to activate newer versions of Windows Server 2022 or 2019. But there are a number of limitations.

The KMS host (CSVLK) for activating Windows Server 2022 and Windows 11 (and all previous versions of Windows) can only be installed on Windows Server 2022, 2019, or 2016 (WS 2012R2 is not supported).

You need to install additional updates on Windows Server 2019 or 2016 that extend KMS support for Windows Server 2022. In April 2021, Microsoft released a special update KB5003478. This update is added to the latest cumulative updates for Windows Server. This means that you only need to install any cumulative Windows Server 2019/2016 update released after June 2021.

  • Windows Server 2019KB5003646 (June 8, 2021) or later
  • Windows Server 2016KB5003638 (June 8, 2021) or later

If you have only a Windows Server 2019 KMS host key, it will activate all Windows versions up to Windows Server 2019 and Windows 10. You can install such a KMS key on Windows Server 2019, 2016, or 2012 R2.

Install these updates on Windows Server 2012 R2:

  • KB3173424  — Servicing Stack Update, July 2016;
  • Any Windows Server 2012 R2 cumulative update released after December 11, 2018 (KB4471320) or newer.

The following updates are necessary on Windows Server 2016:

  • KB4132216 — Servicing Stack Update, May 2018;
  • Any Windows Server 2016 cumulative update released after November 27, 2018 (KB4467681) or newer.

After installing updates and rebooting the KMS server, you can install a new KMS Host Key on it and activate it as described above.

If you pdfmate pdf to jpg converter not installed updates to support KMS activation of new versions of Windows Server, then when you install a new Windows key Srv 2022 (or 2019) DataCtr/Std KMS using the following command, an error will appear:

Error: 0xC004F015 On a computer running Microsoft Windows non-core edition, run ‘slui.exe 0x2a 0xC004F015’ to display the error test.

slmgr - Error: 0xC004F015 On a computer running Microsoft Windows non-core edition

At the same time the error with the following description can be found in the Event Viewer logs:

Installation of the Proof of Purchase failed. 0xC004F015 Partial Pkey=xxxxxxxxxxxx ACID = xxxID

Installation of the Proof of Purchase failed. 0xC004F015

When trying to activate the KMS key via the GUI, the following error appears:

Invalid product key or license mismatch.  Please confirm this product key is entered correctly and is valid for this application or Windows edition.

confirm this product key is entered correctly and is valid for this application or Windows edition

Also, the error may look like this:

0xC004F050 - The Software Licensing Service reported that the product key is invalid.

When you try to activate any client on such a KMS server, an error will appear that the activation server is unavailable ().

To fix this error, you need to install the latest cumulative security updates on your Windows Server KMS host with the Volume Activation Services role.

GVLK Keys for Windows Server 2022, 2019 and Windows 10 LTSC

The list of public KMS activation keys (GVLK – Generic Volume License Key) for different Windows Server 2022, 2019, and Windows 10 LTSC editions are given in the following table:

Windows EditionGVLK Key
Windows Server 2019 DatacenterWMDGN-G9PQG-XVVXX-R3X43-63DFG
Windows Server 2019 StandardN69G4-B89J2-4G8F4-WWYCC-J464C
Windows Server 2019 EssentialsWVDHN-86M7X-466P6-VHXV7-YY726
Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019M7XTQ-FN8P6-TTKYV-9D4CC-J462D
Windows 10 Enterprise N LTSC 201992NFX-8DJQP-P6BBQ-THF9C-7CG2H
Windows Server 2022 DatacenterWX4NM-KYWYW-QJJR4-XV3QB-6VM33
Windows Server 2022 StandardVDYBN-27WPP-V4HQT-9VMD4-VMK7H

To install a public GVLK key on a computer or server, you need to run the command (where is the GVLK key from the table above, depending on the Windows edition):


You can manually specify the address and port of the KMS server on which you want to activate your Windows:


To activate your Windows instance on a KMS server:


To check Windows activation status:

If you want to activate a previously installed evaluation version of Windows Server 2022 on your KMS server, you first have to convert your Windows Server EVAL edition to the full version according to the guide.
Источник: http://woshub.com/kms-activation-windows-server-2019/

Adapter Issues

Review known issues associated with adapters.

Disable the Timestamp When Registering WSDL Files

When registering a web service that uses the wss_username_token_over_ssl_service_policy policy reference in Application Composer, ensure that you disable the timestamp in the WSDL files.

This action ensures that your integration runs successfully during runtime. Note that you may receive the following warning during web service registration:

You can ignore this warning and select the required security policy to register the web service.

Adobe eSign Adapter is Not Currently Supported in Trial Accounts

The Adobe eSign Adapter is currently only supported with paid accounts. If using Oracle Integration with a trial account, use the REST Adapter instead of the Adobe eSign Adapter.

Integrations with Oracle Fusion Applications Adapters Fail When Release 12 is Upgraded to Release 13

When using the following Oracle Fusion Application adapters, integrations configured with Release 12 REST APIs fail to work when the respective Oracle Sales Cloud, Oracle HCM Cloud, or Oracle ERP Cloud instance is upgraded to Release 13:

  • Oracle Sales Cloud Adapter

  • Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter

  • Oracle ERP Cloud Adapter

Any new adapter connection added to an existing or new integration that involves invocation of Release 13 Oracle Sales Cloud, Oracle HCM Cloud, or Oracle ERP Cloud REST APIs using the above adapters works without issues.

You can delete and recreate the endpoint that was created using the respective adapter. The deletion of the existing endpoint removes any mappings that were previously created.

Performing Update Table Operation Against Multiple Tables with Relations May Cause Issues

When the Update Table operation is performed against two or more tables with relations in the Oracle Database Adapter, the records in the child table may be inserted or deleted. Therefore, if the input to the update contains only one detail record, the other detail records in the table are deleted.

Execution Agent Is Not Included

The current release does not include the execution agent.

For the latest status on this agent, contact Oracle Support Services.

Oracle Sales Cloud REST APIs Sometimes Do Not Appear in the Oracle Sales Cloud Adapter

Oracle Sales Cloud REST API services sometimes do not appear when using the Oracle Sales Cloud Adapter as an invoke connection in an integration.

As a workaround, perform the following steps:
  1. Create a new sandbox in Oracle Sales Cloud.

  2. Navigate to Common AppComposer Account > Fields > Test_c.

  3. Deselect the Include in Service Payload option.

  4. Navigate to Sales AppComposer.

  5. Edit Order_c > Fields > AccountId_c.

  6. Deselect the Include in Service Payload option.

  7. Repeat the same steps (deselect the Include in Service Payload option) for the following fields in Opportunity > Opportunity object > Fields.

    • Architect_c

    • Builder_c

    • Contractor_c

    • Designer_c

    • Installer_c

    • PriceBookName_c

  8. Publish the sandbox and test if the above calls are working now.

Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter ZIP File Issues

Note the following issues when using the Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter ZIP file feature:

  • A ZIP file that is extracted using the Easeus mobisaver ios HCM GameMaker Studio 2.2.0 serial number - Free Activators Adapter must only contain a single file. If there are multiple files, only the file with the most recent time stamp is extracted.

  • The supported method for using the Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter ZIP file feature is to first zip your files, and then encrypt them.

Integration Activation Failure with Pre-2017 R1 Version of Oracle CPQ Cloud Adapter as a Trigger

Integrations configured with the Oracle CPQ Cloud Adapter as a trigger are failing to activate with the following error. This issue is only occurring in versions of the Oracle CPQ Cloud Adapter prior to 2017 R1.

This issue occurs when you have a repeating element in the CPQ WSDL (for example, in and ). Explicitly remove this repeating element from the IAR file. After making this update, the integration sql server configuration manager 2017 download - Activators Patch be activated.

This issue does not occur in the 2017 R1 version of the Oracle CPQ Cloud Adapter.

Table Relationships Not Displaying by Default when Adding a MySQL Adapter Connection as an Invoke to an Integration

When adding a MySQL adapter connection as an invoke to an integration, the relationship between two related tables is not shown by default. This behavior also occurs when a foreign key is declared in one of the imported tables. A workaround is not available.

A Single Call with Multiple Updates is Not Supported with the SQL Server Adapter in Basic Map Data Integration Patterns

A single call with multiple updates is not supported with the SQL Server Adapter in basic map data integration patterns. In the case of multiple updates, use an orchestrated integration pattern or a basic map data integration pattern with enrichments.

Swagger Representation for an Endpoint Throws an Empty Response

Assume you create and activate an integration with a trigger and invoke REST Adapter configured with a swagger URI. After getting the swagger URI from the activated integration and using it to configure a second outbound integration, an empty response payload error is displayed when the second integration is activated and invoked.

REST Adapter Basic Authorization Security Policy Limitation

The REST Adapter Basic Authorization security policy does not have a token management and token refresh. If a token expires, you must test the connection in design time before proceeding. For example, if you have an integration that includes a REST Adapter and Google Calendar Adapter, and the Google Calendar token expires, this causes a failure.

As a workaround, perform one of the following steps:

  • Go to the Credentials dialog of the Connections page and click Provide Consent.

  • Use the OAuth Custom Three Lgged Flow security policy with a refresh token request.

Testing a REST Adapter Connection with the HTTP Basic Authentication Security Policy Does Not Validate the Credentials

Testing a REST Adapter connection configured with the HTTP basic authentication security policy and a role connection of Trigger and Invoke or Invoke does not validate the credentials and simply opens a connection to the provided URL. To validate the endpoint and credentials, the REST Adapter must invoke an API that is idempotent.

REST Adapter Does Malwarebytes 4.2.0 license key 2020 - Free Activators Support Services Returning Multipart Data

If you create a REST Adapter connection that returns multipart/mixed or multipart/form-data, you cannot design an integration with the REST Adapter as both the inbound and outbound connections because the response does not support both the multipart/mixed and multipart/form-data media types.

Redirect URL Constructed in an Expanded Domain Fails the Provide Consent Button

Redirect URI configuration with the REST Adapter is required for the following security policies: OAuth Authorization Code Credentials and OAuth Custom Three Legged Flow.

Use the following format when configuring the redirect URI for the client application:

You must create a third party project before creating a connection with the REST Adapter using an OAuth Custom Three Legged Flow security policy.

  1. Go to the developer console for the third party application.

  2. Create a new application.

  3. Provide the Oracle Integration redirect URI inside the third party application. F-Secure FREEDOME VPN 2.36 Activation Code Crack

    Enter the SSL URL for the OAuth callback for your Oracle Integration instance. The format is as follows:

    For example, assume the URL you use to access your Oracle Integration instance is the following:

    The SSL URL for the OAuth callback is likely to be the following:

    Note:

    Application creation is specific to each vendor.

For an example of configuring the redirect URI with the Google Calendar Adapter, see Creating the Google Calendar Project.

Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter Issues

When using camtasia video - Crack Key For U Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter in an integration, you may encounter the following issues:

  • Trading partner setup form does not accept a password with special characters

    The Trading Partner Setup form does not accept a password with special characters. Therefore, the Oracle Integration password should be a combination of text and numbers.

    To resolve this issue, apply the following patches to enable Oracle XML Gateway to accept passwords with special characters:
    • For Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2, apply Patch 27752692:R12.ECX.C.
    • For Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3, apply Patch 28310667:R12.ECX.B.
  • Service invocation fails for certain PL/SQL APIs with table type input parameters

    When invoking certain PL/SQL APIs having table type input parameters, the following exception may occur:

    To resolve the exception, pass an empty element in the request corresponding to the table type in the API. For example, when invoking the API with table type parameters, andpass the empty tags as a workaround:

    1. Export the integration with the mappings for the Oracle E-Business Suite request.

    2. Locate the corresponding file to change the mapping entries for, and as follows:

    3. Import this modified mapping for the request mapping.

    4. Activate the integration and the API should be invoked successfully.

Siebel Application WSDL Validation Errors During Activation of Siebel Inbound Services

Siebel Application WSDL validation errors are thrown during activation of a few Siebel inbound services.

A Siebel application WSDL has duplicate element definitions with the same namespace. When you configure the Oracle Siebel Adapter, Siebel application WSDL validation errors are thrown during activation of these Siebel inbound services.

Workaround

Implement either of the following workarounds to resolve the validation errors.

  • Correct the WSDL in the Siebel application and reconfigure the integration flow in Oracle Integration so that the Siebel adapter picks the correct WSDL.

  • Deactivate the services in the Siebel Call center so that these services do not appear in the Siebel adapter operations page.

ERP System Does Not Add a Document ID in the JSON String When a Load Interface Job Fails

When a load interface job avant browser baixar - Crack Key For U during an integration import, the ERP system adds the document ID in the JSON callback string. However, the document ID is missing from the ERP JSON payload. Therefore, the Oracle ERP Cloud Adapter cannot process the ERP callback payload.

Integration Issues

Review known issues associated with integrations.

Error Invoking Process Using Message Start with No Input Arguments

When invoking an activated process in an integration where the process uses a Message Start event, the Message Start must have input parameters (arguments) defined. If no parameters are present, a 400 Bad Request response status is returned.

Windows 10 Design-Time Issues

If you attempt to drag a connection into an integration when using the Chrome browser on Windows 10, the connection is not added. Glary Utilities Pro 5.153.0.179 CrackSerial - Free Activators you use Internet Explorer, a forbidden icon is displayed.

If you disable support for the touch screen and restart the browser, this issue goes away.

Notification Action Failure Does Not Impact an Orchestrated Integration Flow

If a notification action fails, the overall integration flow continues running past that action. The Tracking page shows a red icon for the corresponding notification action. A fault is logged, but not reported as a failure for the instance. If you view the error on the Tracking page, the fault is not shown.

Integration Invocation Issue with the Chrome Browser

When you invoke an integration endpoint directly from the Chrome browser, it throws an error. The Chrome browser throws this error when an API supports both the Basic Authentication and the OAuth Authentication mechanisms. Use a different browser to run your integration.

Icon and Screen Text are Overlayed When Adblock Plus Extension is Enabled in Safari Browser

If you use the Safari browser with the Adblock Plus extension enabled, the icon and screen text that are displayed in the banner indicating the status of integration creation/editing are overlayed. Disable this extension to eliminate the problem.

Inner For-Each Actions Do Show the Badge and are Not Tracked in the Audit Trail in Successful Integrations

On the Tracking instance details page, activities inside a for-each action are not logged and any inner for-each action does not display the badge for a completed integration. The audit trail only shows a message saying that the outer for-each action started and ended. In case of failure (for example, the inner for-each action failed), the badge is displayed for the inner for-each action. The audit trail shows messages related to activities inside sql server configuration manager 2017 download - Activators Patch for-each action up until the point of failure.

In addition, the lines are shown as dotted (.) inside the for-each action for a successful integration. For a failure inside a for-each action, solid lines are shown (in green) before the point of failure and the failed node and line before it are marked in red.

Browser Issues When Using the Mapper and Expression Builder

If using Windows 10 Chrome or Internet Explorer or Chrome on an Android 6 mobile device, you cannot drag and drop elements in the Expression Builder and mapper. This problem does not occur with Firefox.

Using the Mapper with Touch Screen Interfaces on Windows 10

The mapper has a known issue with touch screen interferes when dragging and dropping components on Windows 10 hosts (for example, dragging and dropping connections from the Connections palette). Check if your Windows 10 host has touch screen enabled. If so, disable it.

API Library Issue

Note the following API library issue.

  • If you attempt to register and save an uploaded library without any functions on the Libraries page, you receive a null pointer exception error. Ensure that your uploaded library includes functions.

Configure a Global Fault to Prevent the Sending of Messages to the Error Hospital

You can configure a global fault in an orchestrated integration to prevent the sending of messages to the error hospital. You first delete the Error Hospital icon that is automatically added to a global fault, then perform either of the following options:

  • Add a Stop action, then add a Switch action. Note that the Stop action can be deleted. However, deleting the Stop action causes a confirmation dialog to be displayed. After confirming your decision, the Stop action being deleted is replaced with another Stop action automatically.

  • Add a Switch action. Note that a Stop action is added automatically, avast internet security license crack - Crack Key For U it cannot be deleted and replaced with an Error Hospital icon.

If you want to get the Error Hospital icon back, you must recreate the integration (for example, delete and recreate the whole integration or delete every action in the integration until it is empty, and then add the Error Hospital icon back in).

Oracle Integration Message Delivery Does Not Work in XA Mode

Oracle Integration message delivery does not work in XA mode. There is a chance for duplicate messages to be delivered to the destination. This may occur when the managed servers go down or any other scenario in which the managed servers must be brought down when messages are being processed.

Used Icons are Not Displayed for Delayed Schema Loads on the Tracking Page

If you select an element for tracking on the Business Identifiers for Tracking page that is more than three levels deep (which requires clicking the Load more link), these elements are not marked with the green used icon after you save, exit, and then re-enter this page. This is a display issue only. If you attempt to redrag the element, an error is displayed indicating that this element is currently being tracked.

Schema Information is Lost When Re-editing the Oracle Messaging Cloud Service Adapter

If you create an integration that includes an Oracle Messaging Cloud Service adapter for which you specified the XSD schema file, when you invoke the adapter configuration wizard again to re-edit that adapter, the XSD schema file is lost and must be specified again.

Preferences Are Cleared When Browser Cookies Are Deleted

Assume you select user_name > Preferences in the upper right corner of the page, select Show these options at sign in, save your changes, and log out. The next time you log in, the preferences page is displayed. However, if you log out and then delete all cookies in your web browser, the next time you log in, the preferences page is not displayed. This is because preferences are stored in the cookies of the browser. Clearing the cookies resets the preferences.

Inaccurate Error Message When Specifying a Large Number of Months for the Scheduling Frequency

When creating a schedule, if you manually enter a value of when specifying the number of months in the Frequency section, you receive a error message. You can only specify a value of or less.

Runtime Issues

Review known issues associated with runtime.

Switch Action Inside a Scope Causes a Condition Validation Problem

If you define a switch action inside a scope, the correct switch branch may not always be taken.

For example, assume you define the following cases:
  • Case 1

    • Main branch: " or or

    • Otherwise branch

  • Case 2

    • Main branch: or or

    • Otherwise branch

Both expressions are valid. However, in Case 1, if you send a payload withthe payload incorrectly goes to the main switch branch, and not to the otherwise switch branch. In Case 2, the message correctly goes to the otherwise switch branch.

This occurs for the following reasons:

For or orthe expression sql server configuration manager 2017 download - Activators Patch parsed into three separate conditions:
  • .

  • . This is not a comparison to the value of. To evaluate this conditional expression, which must evaluate to boolean, the boolean XPath function is applied to. This means the expression becomes and as per the boolean XPath functions definition, it returns for nonzero-length strings. This way, the entire OR expression is evaluated to.

  • . As explained forthis also evaluates to.

    However, if you use the expression shown in Case 2:

    These choices are parsed as three comparisons:
If the is none of the sql server configuration manager 2017 download - Activators Patch, all three expressions evaluate to and a final is returned.

Data Missing when Navigating from Tracking Details Page to Monitoring Page

When navigating from the Tracking Details page of a Map Data integration to the Monitoring Dashboards page, data is not initially displayed with the following browsers. This occurs when browsing in both regular mode and private mode.

  • Firefox browser:

    • The diagrams under CONNECTIONS, INTEGRATIONS, and SCHEDULED INTEGRATIONS for the Integration Health selection of the Dashboards page are not displayed. If you click the Refresh icon for Integration Health, a message is displayed.

    • The Hourly History and Daily History bar charts are missing.

    • If you select System Health from the dropdown list, the Unquiesced state diagram and FILE SYSTEM STATUS diagram are missing.

  • Chrome browser:

    • The Dashboards page size is reduced. If you click the Refresh icon, a blank page is displayed.

    • When navigating to any page under Monitoring (for example, Integrations, Agents, Tracking, Runs, and Errors), a blank page is displayed.

As a workaround, refresh the page using the browser refresh option, and not the Dashboards page refresh option.

Cannot View the Payload for Synchronous Integrations and Nonrecoverable Faults

For synchronous integrations and nonrecoverable faults, you cannot view the payload on the Error Message Details page and Tracking page.

Источник: https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/integration-cloud/known-issues/integrations-issues.html


Requirements

In order to avoid incorrect integration with MS SSMS, the working environment must meet the following conditions:

  • The data source must be a configured system DSN. Refer to the Driver Configuration article to learn how to configure a System DSN
  • The driver, studio, and SQL Server must be of the same bitness. For example, if you are using 64-bit SQL Server Management Studio on 64-bit Windows platform, then configure the 64-bit version of the driver using ODBC Administrator launched from %windir%\system32\odbcad32.exe. Otherwise, configure the driver using the 32-bit version of ODBC Administrator - launch it from %windir%\SysWOW64\odbcad32.exe.
  • ODBC Driver for Oracle and SQL Server must be installed on the same computer.
  • .NET Framework 4.5 must be installed on the computer.

Connecting to Oracle from SQL Server Management Studio using ODBC Driver for Oracle

You can use the Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to connect your Oracle data to an SQL Server instance. Linked Server is a tool of MS SQL Server that allows to execute distributed queries to refer tables stored on non-SQL Server datbase in a single query. With linked servers, you can execute commands against different data sources such as Oracle and merge them with your SQL Server database. You can create a linked server with one of these methods: by using the options in the Object Explorer or by executing stored procedures.

Below are major advantages of using SQL Server Linked Servers to connect to Oracle:

  1. The ability to connect other database instances on the same or remote server.
  2. The ability to run distributed queries on heterogeneous data sources across the organization.
  3. The ability to work with diverse data sources in the same way.

How to configure a SQL Server Linked Server to connect to Oracle

You can follow the steps to create a linked server for Oracle in SQL Server Management Studio by using Object Explorer:

  1. Start your Management Studio and choose your SQL Server instance.
  2. In the Object Explorer pane, expand the Server Objects, right-click on Linked Servers and then click on New Linked Server.
  3. Configure your linked server in the dialog box:
    • Give a name for your server in the Linked server field.
    • Under Server type, select Other data source .
    • Choose Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers in the Provider drop-down list.
    • In the Data source field, enter the name of your DSN, e.g. Devart ODBC Driver for Oracle. Alternatively, you can input the ODBC Driver connection string in the Provider field.

The linked server will appear under the Linked Servers in the Object Explorer Pane. You can now issue distributed queries and access Oracle databases through SQL Server.

Retrieving Data From Oracle

Disable the Allow inprocess option of MSDASQL OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers. For this, find the MSDASQL provider in the list of Linked Servers and double-click on it

msdasql

In the appeared Provider Options window, clear the Allow inprocess checkbox:

allowinprocess

Create a new Linked Server

newlinkedserver

Make sure to select Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers and specify the following parameters:

provideroptions

The Oracle tables are already available to be fetched. To query the linked server, click New Query in the toolbar:

newquery

Enter your SQL query in the editor window and click Execute to run the query:

accounttable

As a result, you can see the contents of the selected table retrieved directly from the Oracle account you are connected to.

Attention

If the Linked Server was created with the Allow inprocess option enabled, then you should delete this Linked Server and create it again with the Allow inprocess option disabled.

See also

Источник: https://www.devart.com/odbc/oracle/docs/microsoft_sql_server_manager_s.htm

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