SQLEXPRESS\MSSQL\Backup (SQL 2016) Yes, It's right. The first you should find out your service account of sqlserver,you can see it in Task Manager when you press ctrl alt delete at the same time; Then,you must give the read/write privilege of "C:\Murach\SQL Server 2008\Databases" to the service account.
The actual server permissions will not matter at this point; all looks ok. depending on your version, you can add SERVERNAME$MSSQLSERVER permissions to touch your folder.
Note: a link to this dialog is also available in the Install New Software dialog. No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,oracle.eclipse.lib,126.96.36.199510191754 For Eclipse Neon I had the mentioned error for Mylyn.
Encountered error 1612 while updating
Even if you're getting the 500 error on a site that doesn't sell anything, like You Tube or Twitter, as long as you've let them know about the problem, or at least tried, there's little more you can do than wait it out.
If you're not using an off-the-shelf content management tool, your web hosting provider, like In Motion, Dreamhost, 1&1, etc., probably has some 500 Error help that might be more specific to your situation.
Othewise, it has to be in the default BACKUP directory (either where you installed it or default to c:\programfiles(x)\MSSQL\BACKUP.
For me it was solved in the following way with SQL Server Management studio -Log in as admin (I logged in as windows authentication) -Attach the mdf file (right click Database | attach | Add ) -Log out as admin -Log in as normal user 1. Edit the file permissions to say "everyone" full access (windows folder) 3.
Performing a search, this issue has been reported since 2011. Unfortunately they havent't worked for me, currently the only fix seems to completely reinstall Eclipse.
As the most upvoted suggestion here, many of the suggestions are contradicting, suggesting trial-error guesses.They were unnamed (empty name) but recognizable by their Location column.After saving, updating Mylyn and restarting eclipse, the Available Software Sites looked like this: Probably, my experience with this bug will be needed for someone (including myself too... So, I could to add one thing to the mentioned here answers.I mean playing with the trailing "/" symbol in the options, because playing with it does not work in my case.But when I have deleted the Tried to install Google App Engine SDK, and received similar errors. I noticed download hangs around 999K, while the full download was about 100MB.On Juno (Build id: 20130225-0426), exporting update sites from 'Available software Sites", fixing the trailing "/" in the exported xml as described above, removing all sites and importing the fixed xml worked for me.