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Norton Internet Security & SQL Server

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Hi,

Just installed Norton Internet Security on an XP workstation that also has
SQL Server on it.

I now find that I cannot access SQL Server and multiple messages are being
issued by NIS.

When I switch off the Firewall & Intrusion Detection I can access SQL
Server.

Does anyone know how to configure NIS so that I can use it alongside SQL
Server?

Thanks,

Mike.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Użytkownik "Mike Stogden" <ne**@uniquest.demon.co.uk> napisał w wiadomo¶ci
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Hi,

Just installed Norton Internet Security on an XP workstation that also has
SQL Server on it.

I now find that I cannot access SQL Server and multiple messages are being
issued by NIS.

When I switch off the Firewall & Intrusion Detection I can access SQL
Server.

Does anyone know how to configure NIS so that I can use it alongside SQL
Server?

Hi, try this:

permit UDP OUT and IN protocol for

SQL Server Service Manager (sqlmangr.exe)
SQL Server Windows NT (sqlserver.exe)

And TCP OUT and IN protocol for

SQL Tracing Tool (profiler.exe)
ISQL (isqlw.exe)

from any adress:any port and this should work, and then try fit your rules
to be more security

best regards
Marcin D
Jul 20 '05 #2

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