Running SQLServer 4.21 on an NT 3.5 Server and connecting fine via
TCP/IP or Named Pipes from an NT 3.5 Workstation running SQL Server
Tools 4.21. However, when attempting to connect from an MS-Win 3.1
client running same tools (the 16 bit version for Win 3.1) TCP/IP
connections give instant timeout even when you boost the timeout in
ISQL/w to 60 seconds or so( Eroor Message 10004).. Named Pipes and/or
IPX/SPX try to connect and after 20-30 seconds give the error Message
10024--'Unable to connect: SQL Server is unavailable or does not
exist....' Oddly enough using the same connection settings (except
for use of the nt .dlls) I connect and use the server quite happily
from my nt client... any suggestions... Anyone no what these error
msgs. mean???? any help appreciated...
Not JUST a raging hormone...