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Re: Problems with SMSQL Cloning to remote Host --> 0x80070005 Access is denied

Oustanding! I am glad to hear you are up and running.

Re: Problems with SMSQL Cloning to remote Host --> 0x80070005 Access is denied

I just deployed a new SQL 2014 and ran into this similar issue last week trying to perform a clone. SMSQL 7.1 always wants to mount the oldest snapshot no matter what backup set date/time I choose. Going to ask my storage manager to get P1 for me to see if it solves my issue too.

Re: Problems with SMSQL Cloning to remote Host --> 0x80070005 Access is denied

Installing 7.1P1 didn't fix the issue of SMSQL incorrectly mounting the proper snapshot to restore from. Boo.....

Re: Problems with SMSQL Cloning to remote Host --> 0x80070005 Access is denied

Andy,

 

Are you saying you can't use SMSQL to clone to a remote host without having both servers in the domain?  I'm working in a lab and have run into the same issue as @Br .  I am running up to date versions of the NetApp software (SDW 7.1.2, SMSQL 7.2 on Server 2008R2 SP1 with SQLServer2008R2SP2).

 

I'm going to add them to a domain to see if that makes a difference.

 

Luke


@AndyD wrote:

@Br Stefan - Please change the SnapDrive user account to a domain user account that has admin rights on both servers.  I would also suggest an upgrade of both SDW and SMSQL, as those versions are quite old and out of support.

 

@patrick - What versions of SDW and SMSQL are you running?  We are aware of an issue with SMSQL 7.0/7.1 that exhibits the exact behavior you are seeing.  There is a patch release currently available that addresses this issue, so if you are running the SMSQL 7.x code line, please contact NetApp Support for assistance in obtaining the patch.


 

Re: Problems with SMSQL Cloning to remote Host --> 0x80070005 Access is denied


@lederman wrote:

Andy,

 

Are you saying you can't use SMSQL to clone to a remote host without having both servers in the domain?  I'm working in a lab and have run into the same issue as @Br .  I am running up to date versions of the NetApp software (SDW 7.1.2, SMSQL 7.2 on Server 2008R2 SP1 with SQLServer2008R2SP2).

 

I'm going to add them to a domain to see if that makes a difference.

 

Luke


@AndyD wrote:

@Br Stefan - Please change the SnapDrive user account to a domain user account that has admin rights on both servers.  I would also suggest an upgrade of both SDW and SMSQL, as those versions are quite old and out of support.

 

@patrick - What versions of SDW and SMSQL are you running?  We are aware of an issue with SMSQL 7.0/7.1 that exhibits the exact behavior you are seeing.  There is a patch release currently available that addresses this issue, so if you are running the SMSQL 7.x code line, please contact NetApp Support for assistance in obtaining the patch.


I can, in fact, confirm that using domain accounts solved my issue.

 

Thanks for the info!

 

Luke 


 

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