Recently we had to bring down a SQL Server 7.0 box (7.00.1096) on NT 4.0 (sp 6a) for a power backup upgrade in one of the data centers. Nothing was changed on the Server but when we rebooted it there are entries in the the error log as shown below:
2002-10-24 09:59:40.03 ods Using 'SSMSSO70.DLL' version '7.0.1063' to listen on '1433'.
2002-10-24 09:59:40.04 ods Error: 17826, Severity: 18, State: 1
2002-10-24 09:59:40.04 ods Could not set up ListenOn connection '1433'..
2002-10-24 09:59:40.03 ods Operating system error 10013.,
2002-10-24 09:59:40.04 ods Using 'SSMSSP70.DLL' version '7.0.694' to listen on '<ServerName>,33584'.
Coupled with these entries is the fact that we are no longer able to make TCP\IP Connections (which I am sure is due to the errors invovling the SSMSSO70.dll which from what I have found controls TCP\IP SQL Connections) The only documentation I have found so far on the OS 10013 error is shown below:
An attempt was made to access a file in a way forbidden by its file access permissions.
Does anyone have any idea what may have happened or how to fix this issue?