SQL Server Configuration Manager - Network Configuration Not Showing for 64 Bits - by Ricardo Muramatsu

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ID 749281 Comments
Status Closed Workarounds
Type Bug Repros 0
Opened 6/15/2012 7:06:55 AM
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A few days I have been encountering a very strange problem, Configuration Manager does not show all the settings:  -SQL Server Network Configuration, it appears, can only see the 32-bit.  From what I could only get 64bit options are not shown.  This occurred on a production server and SQL Win2003_64 Ent Std 2005_64  Also occurred in one server and SQL Development Win2008R2_64 Std Dev 2008R2_64  Someone went through a similar situation
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Posted by Joie Andrew on 3/10/2014 at 5:27 AM
Just had this problem with SQL Server 2012 and I was able to fix it with resetting some permissions and applying the mofcomp fix found here:


Basically the c:\program files\microsoft sql server\110\shared folder was locked down because of DISA STIGs and it was preventing the mofcomp from accessing the files appropriately. In order to fix I had to revert permissions from the parent temporarily, run the mofcomp command and then lock down the directory again.
Posted by Microsoft on 10/11/2012 at 3:41 PM
Thank you for your feedbacks. I could not repro it.
Could you give me more information about your enviornment?
1. What Os you have?
2. What SQL instance you installed on the OS?
3. Could you send me screenshot of SQL CM?
Please look at the attached screenshot to see if the SQL server Network Configuration is missing