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Patch Manager installation fails with the error Creating Database Failed. Could not load file or assembly Microsoft.SqlServer.BatchParser

Updated February 8, 2018

Overview

Patch Manager cannot be installed because database creation fails in the configuration wizard. The following error is returned:

Creating database failed. Details: Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.SqlServer.BatchParser.'

 

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Environment

  • Patch Manager, all versions

Cause 

  • The SQL server is not in mixed mode for authentication 

Resolution

To resolve this issue, put the SQL server in mixed authentication mode. Within the Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio in the object explorer:

  1. Right click on the server and click Properties.
  2. Go to the Security page.
  3. Under Server authentication choose the SQL Server and Windows Authentication mode radio button.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Restart SQL Services.

 

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