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TDP V2.2.0 for MSSQL

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Hello All,

I have TDP V2.2.0 configured to backup Microsoft SQL database on NT server. TSM scheduler has been setup as a cluster resource, the scheduler runs a batch file which backs up the database, this works fine when run manually, however, when TSM scheduler execute this file, the following error is returned:-

ACO5424E Could not connect to SQL server; SQL server returned:

[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server driver][SQL Server]Login failed for user '/'. Microsoft SQL-DMO (ODBC SQLState: 28000) (HRESULT:0x80044818)



The TSM scheduler was installed with Administrator previledge, and same id is defined to SQL server.



Any useful thought/comments will be highly appreciated.
 

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