Install OCS 2007 R2 to SQL Server Named Instance using non default TCP\IP port

Office Communications Server 2007 Enterprise Edition R2 supports the use of non default TCP\IP port configurations for network access to its pool configuration databases that are located on the backend SQL server instance. Microsoft SQL Server supports three types of configurations for the Instances that it can host. The information listed below has been tested […]

Office Communications Server 2007 Enterprise Edition R2 supports the use of non default TCP\IP port configurations for network access to its pool configuration databases that are located on the backend SQL server instance. Microsoft SQL Server supports three types of configurations for the Instances that it can host.

The information listed below has been tested using Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and Microsoft SQL Server 2008.

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