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The name or security ID (SID) of the domain specified is inconsistent with the trust information for that domain
I've been working on a project that required a domain controller and application server to test the application. I used VPC 2004 to build 2 Windows 2003 Servers for this. I initially created 1 VPC and performed the upgrades / patches, etc. Then I'd copy this file, renaming it and placing it in a different folder for the virtual hard disk, etc. When I promoted my DC and joined it with the application server, all went well - until I tried to logon to the DC. I received the above mentioned error. Because ......

Posted On Sunday, May 1, 2005 10:20 PM

Clustering Host Integration Server 2004
I had a challenge recently that was quite a blast sorting through. The architecture included HIS 04 on the BTS NLB clustered nodes - where the HIS database objects were to be on a A/P Failover SQL Server 2000 Cluster. By design, you cannot deploy the database objects to a clustered instance of SQL Server. I sent the following to PSS after implementing a successful 'work-around'. Deploy Host Integration Server 2004 on a Clustered SQL Server 2000 Instance PROBLEM When you have SQL Server 2000 Enterprise ......

Posted On Sunday, May 1, 2005 1:21 PM

Either another TDDS is processing...
Either another TDDS is processing the same data or there is an orphaned session in SQL server holding TDDS lock. Either another TDDS is processing the same data or there is an orphaned session in SQL Server holding TDDS lock. SQL Server: \. Database: BizTalkDTADb The above error seems to indicate that more than one TDDS is processing at the same time / on the same data, locking it and preventing access to it. If you experience this error in a clustered / multi-node BizTalk Server environment, follow ......

Posted On Sunday, May 1, 2005 1:20 PM

BizTalk Server 2004 - A Simple Deployment?
I have deployed dozens of BTS 04 servers and in each engagement I go on I find much the same scenario: There are great BTS developers that know how to use specific components in the Orchestration Designer, or who can code snippets that BTS can transact wtih. However, when it comes to deploying a clean BTS architecture, very few seem to understand all of the nuances - myself included :) As I run into various challenges, I'll take the time to post the challenge and my approach / solution here - in ......

Posted On Sunday, May 1, 2005 1:19 PM

Service Account
When working with clients to install BizTalk Server I find it interesting that not many of the developers understand what is meant by service account - insofar as creating the account that BTS will run as. The service account is a user account on a stand-alone computer or on a domain. When you create an account for BTS to run as, you are creating a service account. Often I use the ID BtsService whether stand-alone or on a domain. This account is a member of the Users or Domain Users group by default, ......

Posted On Sunday, May 1, 2005 1:18 PM

Deploy BizTalk Server 2004 Complete - Stand-Alone Server
BizTalk Server 2004 Setup/Architecture – Stand-Alone Instance(s) To simplify this documentation, the BTS server is BTSSERVER and we will use SQL Server on a remote SQL Server called SQLSERVER. Service Account Setup Perform the following service account setup on both of these servers, and be sure the noted pre-requisite components are all in place: Login as Administrator, or an account that is a member of the Administrator’s Group on the machine. Create a user account that will be used ......

Posted On Sunday, May 1, 2005 1:18 PM

Clustered Enterprise Single Sign-On Deployment
Clustered Enterprise Single Sign-On (ENTSSO) Setup When you want to configure BizTalk Server on multiple NLB (network load balancing) nodes, you will have to install / configure the SSODB (Enterprise Single Sign-On – ENTSSO) service on a clustered SQL Server instance. For this document, SQL Server runs clustered on a 2 node cluster – SERVERNODE1 and SERVERNODE2. This document provides a real deployment – where the domain names are generic in this case. For example, I use / and then ......

Posted On Sunday, May 1, 2005 1:17 PM

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