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SQL Locator Full Crack is a tiny application that can quickly scan and find MSSQL servers on your network. It will retrieve the server name, Instance name, version, Cluster information, active tcp port and the name pipe path.

If you are new to Instance names, you can learn how to find out instance name using SQL Locator by following the link below:

I found that SQLLocator is prone to false positives. For example, the following query will return the servers for a Microsoft SQL Server Instance named “MySql”
FROM sys.dm_servers
WHERE name = ‘MySql’

I don’t really want to disable the Instance name check, as some of the databases have actually changed their instance names and I would still like the script to return the correct results. How can I avoid the false positives while still maintaining my script?
Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated.


Thanks for the request. I’ve created an extension for SSMS that will return the instance name and the SQL Server version.
In the example, we have to use syntax similar to what you specified above to get the desired result.
This is what I tested on a SQL Server 2014 instance:

I’ve tested it on SQL Server 2012 and it works the same.

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Why is `pidof./some.sh` returning nothing?

I’m on Debian Jessie, and I have a script /usr/local/bin/myscript.sh that works properly when I run it in Terminal: it outputs data to stdout. I have another script /usr/local/bin/myscript1.sh that works properly when I run it in Terminal (it outputs data to stdout).
I’m trying to run this second script from within /usr/local/bin/myscript1.sh, and I’ve tried a few ways of doing so:

run it as


run it as


run it as

./myscript1.sh `pidof./myscript.sh`

All three ways produce the same result: in Terminal, it outputs the data to stdout, but when I run it from within another script, it simply doesn’t print anything.
Here’s what I get when I run it in Terminal:

I’ve also tested it from within the myscript1.sh script (that is, the script that is running it), and I’ve verified that the output comes out as expected.
In fact, if I do

printf “output
” |./myscript

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SQL Locator lets you find the name of any MSSQL server (client only) on your network or just specify an IP address
to scan. If a MSSQL server is found, it will retrieve the server name, Instance name, version, Cluster information, active tcp port and the name pipe path.
The output will be returned in a list of arrays as explained below.

What’s New in the?

It is 100% portable application and supports every latest version of MSSQL server.

SQL Locator can be installed on any computer which has access to the server (including Linux, Windows, MacOS).

Once installed on any computer, you can launch the application using the icon on your desktop and connect to the MSSQL server. It will scan for all available servers and you can check all the information.

Here is a simple example that show you how to connect to a MSSQL server on your computer.

Import the file as a file into the Data Source Editor and modify the server and the connection string accordingly. Save and close the file.

SQL Locator will automatically recognize the connection string and will automatically connect to the MSSQL server. You can check the server details, for example the Instance name, the Listener port number, the name pipe path and the version information.

If you have the connection string, you can launch the application and quickly connect to your MSSQL server on the fly. You can also stop the connection at any time if you want.

You can also check the Windows Service status of the MSSQL server by clicking on the Server Information button.



SQL Locator can be installed on any computer which has access to the MSSQL server (including Linux, Windows, MacOS). You can use the icon on your desktop to launch the application.

SQL Locator supports every latest version of MSSQL server.

Launch the application to connect to your MSSQL server.

You can check the service information of the MSSQL server (including Instance name, Listener port number, the name pipe path and the Version information).


Licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.0 (GPL)


Copyright © 2005,2007,2008,2009,2010,2011  Joris Broersma

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTIC

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Windows XP or newer
Minimum of 1GB RAM
Note: Currently, the game is compatible only with the Windows operating system.
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