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Riprep Images get Corrupted during Transfer to Server

Postby U2FzaQ » Wed, 23 Nov 2005 01:42:07 GMT

maybe I need someone familiar with both Administration and Programming to 
help me:

I installed a win2kprosp4 client manually;installed VS2003 Enterprise 
Arcitecht and SQL MSDE 2000 sp4 and tested this master computer and it had no 
problem.
I transfered the image to the RIS server using Riprep.after I deployed the 
image to clients,noticed that they can not do SQL programming.here is the 
symptoms I got on clients(which I strongly believe originate from a single 
problem,but not sure):

1.on master computer,I can install MMC's for any server product and they DO 
work(such as SMS administration console,SQL Enterprise manager and...).on 
riprep clients if i install MMC's they DO NOT work;SMS console admin 
forexample,can not connect to SMS database(it says connection failed).

2.in VS 2003 windows applications,when I want to set ConnectionString 
property for a SQLConnection component (which uses "Microsoft OLE DB Provider 
for SQL Server" Driver),on the connection tab it fails to enumerate all 
available SQL servers.in master image it can enumerate.on clients it 
generates an error which I do not remember know,(but can check if it is 
needed).

3.on master computer in VS2003,Data Adapter Configuration Wizard can finish 
its job successfully;but on imaged clients,it finishes with the error "sql 
server does not exist or access is denied".

since we are in desparate need for a bug-free-VS2003-included image to be 
ready in our organization,I kindly want you to help me.I suspected that MDAC 
gets corrupted during Riprep imaging process;but reinstalled MDAC on imaged 
clients and got no results.I believe something gets corrupted;but I don't 
know what,why and how to resolve.

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1.Riprep Images get Corrupted during Transfer to Server

maybe I need someone familiar with both Administration and Programming to 
help me:

I installed a win2kprosp4 client manually;installed VS2003 Enterprise 
Arcitecht and SQL MSDE 2000 sp4 and tested this master computer and it had no 
problem.
I transfered the image to the RIS server using Riprep.after I deployed the 
image to clients,noticed that they can not do SQL programming.here is the 
symptoms I got on clients(which I strongly believe originate from a single 
problem,but not sure):

1.on master computer,I can install MMC's for any server product and they DO 
work(such as SMS administration console,SQL Enterprise manager and...).on 
riprep clients if i install MMC's they DO NOT work;SMS console admin 
forexample,can not connect to SMS database(it says connection failed).

2.in VS 2003 windows applications,when I want to set ConnectionString 
property for a SQLConnection component (which uses "Microsoft OLE DB Provider 
for SQL Server" Driver),on the connection tab it fails to enumerate all 
available SQL servers.in master image it can enumerate.on clients it 
generates an error which I do not remember know,(but can check if it is 
needed).

3.on master computer in VS2003,Data Adapter Configuration Wizard can finish 
its job successfully;but on imaged clients,it finishes with the error "sql 
server does not exist or access is denied".

since we are in desparate need for a bug-free-VS2003-included image to be 
ready in our organization,I kindly want you to help me.I suspected that MDAC 
gets corrupted during Riprep imaging process;but reinstalled MDAC on imaged 
clients and got no results.I believe something gets corrupted;but I don't 
know what,why and how to resolve.

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