I trying to config the Biztalk Server 2009 on a Windows Server 2008 Std and SQL Server 2008 Std. And I got this error when I tried to config the Biztalk Server:
Failed to connect to the SQL database SSODB on SQL Server 'SQLServerName'. (SSO).
This happens when I enable the Enterprise Single Sign-On, then appears the X symbol on Data Store Name.
I created the account to run the services for biztalk and put it on Administrators Group and SQL Administrators, too.
Any idea why about this?
Thanks in advanced.
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Run it under the Visual Studio command prompt, not the regular one!
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I formatted and installed 3 times
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