January 25, 2019 at 9:47 pm #9185TimMember
We are decommissioning some a old database server so i
1) moved all the client databases over to a new server
2) changed the services serverID to a different one so that customer spaces still have a reference to if (not sure if that was necessary but it seems to be ok)
But I want to avoid installing IIS on the SQL server purely for MSPControl (as far as i can tell its only needed for users to be able to manage database backups) … im consdiering using
Has anyone has any experience with doing this or does everyone just install IIS or live without managing backups via MSPC ?0Be the first one to like this.Please wait...January 26, 2019 at 11:25 am #9187MSPControlKeymaster
You should be able to manage it from a different server remotely using MSP you shouldn’t have to install server node to it if you have another one. SQL also has some dependencies with IIS for Reporting Services not sure if that’s in use or not but you probably couldn’t avoid in some cases anyways.0Be the first one to like this.Please wait...January 27, 2019 at 6:44 pm #9188TimMember
I tried to do a download database backup via MSPC but all i got was an empty zip file so i assumed it was required. Not sure how else MSPC is going to obtain the backup file.
We don’t utilise SSRS so no other need for IIS.0Be the first one to like this.Please wait...April 2, 2019 at 7:31 pm #9478MSPControlKeymaster
Not getting a backup usually due to the user running as app pool doesn’t have permission to write to the TEMP Folder where SQL Dumps to before download. Search forum for other posts which describe the fix.0Be the first one to like this.Please wait...
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