Multiple Connection Attempts Required

Kevin Feasel

2016-06-27

Cloud

Ron Dameron has a situation in which he needs to try to connect multiple times to hit his Azure SQL Database instance:

I’ve noticed on several occasions that my first attempt to connect to an Azure Sql Server using SQL Server Management Studio 2016 doesn’t always succeed.

The fix? Press OK and try again.

I’ve not noticed this issue myself, so it does seem weird.

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