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Event ID: 30961 Source: LiveCommunicationsUserServices

Failed to connect to backend database. Live Communications Server will continuously attempt to reconnect to the backend. While this condition persists, incoming messages will receive error responses.

Backend Server: (local)\rtc Database: rtc Connection string of:
driver={SQL Server};Trusted_Connection=yes;AutoTranslate=no;server=(local)\rtc;database=rtc;network=dbmslpcn;
Cause: Possible issues with backend database.
Ensure the backend is functioning correctly.
This problem may occur if one of the front-end servers in your Live Communications Server 2005 deployment experiences a loss of network connectivity. See ME896145 to solve this problem.
This problem can occur if the Live Communications Server local groups are not mapped to the serveracct database role, the adminacct database role, and the roacct database role. See ME892372 for information on fixing this problem.

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