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AD RMS and SqlServer 2008 Dev Edition Compatibility Issue

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  • Hi All,

    I am trying to Install AD RMS Service & Sql Server 2008 Developer Edition
    (Nov CTP) on Windows Server 2008 RC1. I am unable to Install both together
    on the same machine. I am able to Install both on separate machine.

    First I Installed Active Directory Domain Services & Active Directory RMS
    Services after that I tried to Install Sql-Server 2008 on the same machine
    it was failed.

    After that I Installed Sql-Server 2008 first and then Installed Active
    Directory Domain Services It was installed successfully after that I am
    trying to Install Active Directory RMS Service I am unable to Install AD
    RMS because It is asking for a user under "Active Directory RMS Service
    Group" for running the AD RMS but this group is not presents into user
    group list. I had created manually but still It says the can not have
    access permissions to brows Active Directory Services.

    Please Look into this problem whether there is any compatibility Issue
    with Sql2008 Dev Edition and AD RMS or I am missing some steps.

    With Thanks
    Aditya

    Dienstag, 19. Februar 2008 13:07

Antworten

  • The steps I would try would be to:

     

    1. Build the server with your OS install.

    2. Install Active Directory Services.

    3. Install SQL.

    4. Install Active Directory RMS.

     

    If you install SQL before you install AD, then you have to deal with the renaming of a SQL server and setting up the propper group membership for access to SQL - it has been difficult in previous versions of SQL...  If you install RMS before SQL, you have a difficulty in that RMS depends on SQL...

     

    Also, I am not certain in SQL 2008 is supported.  So, you might have some difficulty there.

     

    Hope that helps,
    Dienstag, 19. Februar 2008 17:41

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  • The steps I would try would be to:

     

    1. Build the server with your OS install.

    2. Install Active Directory Services.

    3. Install SQL.

    4. Install Active Directory RMS.

     

    If you install SQL before you install AD, then you have to deal with the renaming of a SQL server and setting up the propper group membership for access to SQL - it has been difficult in previous versions of SQL...  If you install RMS before SQL, you have a difficulty in that RMS depends on SQL...

     

    Also, I am not certain in SQL 2008 is supported.  So, you might have some difficulty there.

     

    Hope that helps,
    Dienstag, 19. Februar 2008 17:41
  • Thanks for advise I will try in this way also.

    Donnerstag, 21. Februar 2008 12:47