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Horizon View Event DB: An error occurred while attempting to configure the database.

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When I create a new event database for Horizon View, persistently pestering me the message contained in the title of the post. On the Internet you can find quite a few hints as to deal with it, but none has proved to be helpful for me.

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Clues to solve my colleague, a specialist in MS SQL, suggesting that it is probably a password policy that has been assigned to the local user, who owns the database.

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In fact, after examining the case, it turned out that in order to get rid of the above-mentioned problem, the establishment of a local user is essential uncheck two parameters:

Enforce password policy and Enforce password expiration

With this arrangement, the rest of the setup went without a problem. In fact, it is a small mistake, even wondering whether to make his description, but the Internet is hard to find the right hint, let go so the world can someone still usefulSmile

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Of course, after the fact, I found the appropriate KB where it says what to do and how to make everything workI let a wink

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Author: Piotr Pisz

Computer always, since I got a Commodore 64 at the end of primary school, through his beloved Amiga and Linux infinite number of consoles, until today, fully virtual day. Since 2001, Unix/Linux Systems Administrator, for seven years a faithful companion and protector of Solaris system, until his sad end. In the year 2011 came in the depths of virtualization, then smoothly ascended into the clouds and continues there today. Professionally working as Systems Architect in the Polish Security Printing Works.

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