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"#50070: Unable to connect to the database STS_Config
"#50070: Unable to connect to the database STS_Config This is similar to the message I received when bringing up 2 VPC's (Virtual PC's) - one is the AD/DC (Active Directory / Domain Controller) with SharePoint Portal Server 2003 on it, and the other is my SQL 2K server - a member server of this domain. I had completed these server configurations on these VPC's, and did so with the network IP property settings setup to pull their IP addresses from our corporate LAN. Now, I'm in a different location, ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 29, 2005 9:57 AM

You receive an "Application has generated an exception that cannot be handled" error message when you remove SharePoint Portal Server and Windows SharePoint Services from your server
You receive an "Application has generated an exception that cannot be handled" error message when you remove SharePoint Portal Server and Windows SharePoint Services from your server November 16, 2005 During a routine setup of SPS 03 (SharePoint Portal Sever 2003) I ran into an issue that required me to uninstall the SPS instance. During the uninstall, I received this error once, and on another occasion a different error (reported under a different posting). This article addresses this issue from ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 16, 2005 11:19 AM

The Configure Server Farm Account Settings page is not displayed, and the SharePoint Central Administration site is not configured correctly, when you run SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Setup
The Configure Server Farm Account Settings page is not displayed, and the SharePoint Central Administration site is not configured correctly, when you run SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Setup November 16, 2005 PROBLEM SharePoint Portal Server 2003 installs great – or does it? After a seemingly clean install, the SharePoint Central Administration page would not display. There were no events in the System, Application, or Security Logs. Under C:\Program Files\SharePoint Portal Server\Logs I found ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 16, 2005 10:46 AM

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