SQL SERVER – Error: Parameter ‘ProbePort’ does not exist on the cluster object. Unable to set Probe Port for Azure Load Balancer

Azure is gaining popularity and I am getting clients who want to create Always On availability group as their high availability solution in Azure Virtual machine. To keep myself up to date, I also try creating the customer’s scenario in my lab. In this blog, we would how to fix error Parameter ‘ProbePort’ does not exist on the cluster object while configuring probe port.

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SQL SERVER – Azure Key Vault Deletion Error – Vault ‘ProdRecoveryVault’ Cannot be Deleted as There are Existing Resources Within the Vault

Along with my performance consulting, I also help many clients in fixing some quick issue. You can refer to various consulting services which I provide. This blog is an outcome of one such engagement where the has Azure Key vault and was not able to delete it. In this blog, we would learn about how to fix error Vault ‘Name’ cannot be deleted as there are existing resources within the vault.

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SQL SERVER – SQL Server Management Studio Crash While Using Backup to URL or Connecting to Storage

Recently, as a part of my on-demand consulting, I was helping a client who was into a disaster situation and there was an urgent need to restore the backup of a database which was taken in Azure Blob Storage. In this blog, we will learn about how to fix the crash of SQL server Management studio while using a backup to URL or connecting to storage.

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SQL SERVER – Error: 45207 – SQL Server Managed Backup to Microsoft Azure Cannot Configure the Database Because a Container URL was Either not Provided or Invalid

While using SQL Server on Virtual Machines in Azure, I ran into an interesting error.  In this blog we would learn how to fix Msg 45207 – SQL Server Managed Backup to Microsoft Azure cannot configure the database ‘sqlauthdb’ because a container URL was either not provided or invalid. It is also possible that your SAS credential is invalid.

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SQL SERVER – Microsoft Azure – Unable to Find Higher Tier Series Virtual Machine to Upgrade

With current market trends of cloud shifting, many of my clients have moved their SQL Servers from on-premise virtual machines to Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines. In this blog, I would explain a situation where my client was not able to find relevant size when he wanted to upsize the VM to a higher tier.

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