I had recently migrated my DBs from one volume to another volume due to space concerns, all was successful and life was good 🙂
However the other day, I wanted to create a new application and got the following “unknown” error.
The SMS Provider reported an error connecting to the ConfigMgr site database server. Verify that the SQL Server is online and that ConfigMgr site server computer account is an administrator on the ConfigMgr site database server.
SmsAdminUI.log would something unknown as well.
Description = “CSspConfigurationItem: SQL_ERROR”;
File = “e:\\qfe\\nts\\sms\\siteserver\\sdk_provider\\smsprov\\sspconfigurationitem.cpp”;
SQLMessage = “*** Unknown SQL Error!”;
Scratched my head a few times and started DDGing as the error was pretty self explanatory and found the following KB/Blog entry.
Basically, after such a DB files location move the SQL TRUSTWORTHY setting gets reset and the dbowner may change.
I hope on the MSSQL and executed the following queries to save the day – well only the creation of new packages.
ALTER DATABASE CM_CIE SET TRUSTWORTHY ON;
EXEC sp_changedbowner ‘sa’;
Then tried to create a new application and voilà…
This document describes how to uninstall GP2010 and installation of GP2015.
Prerequisite: local admin rights to uninstall and install software on the machine
- Uninstall GP2010 following components
- GP2010, Mekorma MICR 2010, Integration Manager for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010, Dexterity Shared Components 11.0 (64-bit)
- Remove the following folders
- C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Dynamics\GP2010
- C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\microsoft shared\Dexterity
- Restart the computer
- Install GP2015 (includes dexterity 14) as usual.
Uninstall using WMIC
note that Mekorma not playing nice with wmic or msiexec – must uninstall manually.
|product where name=”Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010″ call uninstall /nointeractive
|product where name=”Integration Manager for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010″ call uninstall /nointeractive
|product where name=”Dexterity Shared Components 11.0 (64-bit)” call uninstall /nointeractive
|product where name=”Mekorma MICR 2010″ call uninstall /nointeractive
To run on several nodes at the same time:
wmic:root\cli>/failfast:on /node:@”c:\temp\trainingwks.txt” product where name=”Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010″ call uninstall /nointeractive