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SSMS Error


#1

Hello,
Facing this issue.
Installed SQL 2014 standard edition.log file shows successfull installation.I am able to connect to the server via SQLCMD.
But when i open SSMS I am getting the below error:


#2

How f'ing useless is that? Ask for your money back and tell MS that you are off to Oracle ...

Right royally pisses me off when a Vendor chucks crap error messages in their code like that. You could well spend DAYS of your time tracking down a solution ...

(Good job I don't feel strongly about this, eh?!!)

That said, anything in the LOG files that sheds light on it?


#3

Check environment value for Temp and TMP.

C:\Users\buck>set t

TEMP=C:\Users\buck\AppData\Local\Temp\2

TMP=C:\Users\buck\AppData\Local\Temp\2

Make sure the directory listed exist there and you have
permission to write to that directory. Or, through the
control panel (Control Panel-> System & Security-> System ->
Advanced system settings), change the default directories assigned to TEMP and TMP.
Hope, This may help you.


#4

Unfortunately there is nothing in the log file that is helping.


#5

Hello Jason,
Did you face this issue before and applied the suggested solution?
I have already tried this without luck :frowning:


#6

I had this one a while back, and the answer isn't necessarily what you'd expect. This error message often crops up when your connection string is wrong.