Is the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager embedded database running as a Personal database or Network Server database?
Last Updated September 26, 2011
It is necessary to determine whether the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM) embedded database is running as a Personal database or a Network Server database.
Based on the driver being used, dbsrv9.exe, the SEPM's embedded database is running as a Network Server database.
The following is an excerpt from page four of the "Adaptive Server Anywhere Database Administration Guide"
Adaptive Server Anywhere provides two versions of the database server:
·The personal database server. This executable does not support client/server communications across a network. Although the personal database server is provided for single-user, same-machine use—for example, as an embedded database server—it is also useful for development work.
oOn Windows operating systems, except Windows CE, the name of the personal server executable is dbeng9.exe. On UNIX operating systems its name is dbeng9.
·The network database server. Intended for multi-user use, this executable supports client/server communications across a network.
oOn Windows operating systems, including Windows CE, the name of the network server executable is dbsrv9.exe. On Novell NetWare the name is dbsrv9.nlm, and on UNIX operating systems it is dbsrv9.
Imported Document ID: TECH170139
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