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KB04147 - Run the BlackBerry Enterprise Server with local MSDE and remote BlackBerry Manager


Environment

  • BlackBerry® Enterprise Server software version 4.0 for IBM® Lotus® Domino®
  • BlackBerry Manager



Overview

To administer the BlackBerry Enterprise Server using Microsoft® Data Engine (MSDE) with a remote installation of BlackBerry Manager, turn on Named Pipes and Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) to allow remote connections.
Before installing BlackBerry Manager on a remote computer, complete the following steps:
  • Install Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) version 2.8 or later on the remote computer. Refer to KB03412 for installation information.
  • Run the Microsoft® SQL Server™ Network Utility.
To turn on Named Pipes and TCP/IP, complete the following steps:
For Microsoft SQL Server Desktop Engine (MSDE) or Microsoft SQL Server 2000
  1. Go to Start > Run.
  2. Type in CMD and click OK to open a command prompt window.
  3. Type svrnetcn.exe and click ENTER. The Microsoft SQL Server Network Utility screen opens.
  4. Select Named Pipes and click Enable.
  5. Select TCP/IP and click Enable.
  6. Click Apply > OK. The Microsoft SQL Server Network Utility screen closes.
  7. After turning on Named Pipes and TCP/IP, the Microsoft SQL Services must be restarted.
For Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express or Microsoft SQL Server 2005
  1. Go to Start > Microsoft SQL Server 2005 > Configuration Tools > SQL Server Configuration Manager > SQL Server 2005 Network Configuration.
  2. Select the Microsoft SQL instance that is to be used to house the BlackBerry Configuration Database.
  3. Right click on Named Pipes and select Enable.
  4. Right click on TCP/IP and select Enable.
  5. After turning on Named Pipes and TCP/IP, the Microsoft SQL Services must be restarted.
For the steps to install BlackBerry Manager on a remote computer, see the appropriate version of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server Administration Guide.
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