IDERA strives to ensure our products provide quality solutions for your SQL Server needs. The following known IDERA SQL Compliance Manager issues are described in this section. If you need further assistance with any issue, please contact .

Known issues in version 5.7.1

General issues

Known issues in version 5.7

General Issues

In order to register the databases on the Secondary nodes, users have to:

  1. Fail over the Availability Group onto the Secondary node, in order to get access to the list of databases.
  2. Register the databases on the Secondary node
  3. Fail over the AG back to the Primary node.

Known issues in version 5.6.1

General Issues

To download the Report Viewer 2010 controls program follow link below:

Known issues in version 5.6

General issues

Follow the steps below for the workaround to stop trace files from generating on the secondary node:

  1. Launch Trace Manager from the SQL Compliance Manager Desktop Console. SQLCM Menu-bar>Tools>Trace Manager.
  2. Enter the SQL Server Instance name and click the Connect button.

    When working on a secondary node of an Availability Group, use the secondary´s instance name.

  3. In the SQLcompliance Stored Procedures field, make sure to check the “_” and “_” options.
  4. Click the “Drop SQLcompliance Stored Procedures” button.
  5. In the Registered Traces field, from the list of running traces, select the entries related to the SQL CM traces.

    Use the file path to determine the traces related to SQL CM. Or check the Agent Properties for the audited instances to verify the trace directory file path. 

  6. Once the desired registered trace is selected, click the Stop button. Select the record again and click the Close button.
  7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for the remaining SQL CM traces.

Known issues in version 5.5.1

Installation and configuration issues

General issues

Known issues in version 5.5

General issues

Auditing issues

Known issues in version 5.4.x

General issues

Auditing issues

Alerting issues

Reporting issues

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