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(i OS info also added.) Includes guides to troubleshooting problems, backups, restoring, reinstalling OS X, and installing mac OS/OS X on an external drive.This page also has links to Apple FAQs and Guides on HDMI, Audio, Air Play, i Tunes, Apple TV, CD/DVD sharing, USB, Apple Display Adapters, Mini Display Port, Thunderbolt, USB, Firewire, Tips for i OS/i Phone/i Pad/i Pod Touch users and a list of Airport Utility and Firmware Updates for Apple Base Stations and Time Capsules.Which leads me to believe that you might have multiple versions of SQL installed - which leads me to point out this SO answer that suggests changing the default name of your Local DB "instance" to avoid other version mismatch issues that might arise going forward; mentioned not as source of issue, but to raise awareness of potential clashes that multiple SQL version installed on a single dev machine might lead to ...and something to get in the habit of in order to avoid some.Users can start the download now from the App Store using the direct link below.OS X El Capitan brings performance updates and improvements to the Mac operating system, a including a new system font, split screen view, adjustments to the Mission Control window manager, improvements to Spotlight search, and various enhancements to bundled Mac apps including Mail, Safari, Notes, Maps, Photos, and Safari.No update had been mentioned in the Apple press, but I knew my Air Port Utility automatic update checking was off, I’d lost hope Apple would ever send out any updates for my aging Time Capsule. Sure enough Apple released Air Port Base Station Firmware 7.6.7!
Also, the symptoms are the same when the Win XP Firewall is switched off.
How is it that I can connect to the database and edit it within Visual Studio 2013 but when I debug the application it cannot connect to the database?
The article also mentions the use of 2012 SSMS to connect to the 2014 Local DB.
Another thing worth mentioning - if you've gotten your instance in an unusable state due to tinkering with it to try and fix this problem, then it might be worth starting over - uninstall, reinstall - then try using the 4 Hours of my life trying to fix this problem and this command solve it in a second.
It creates a new Local DB instance with a specified name and version.The OS X El Capitan update should offer particularly worthwhile refinements to Mac users currently running OS X Yosemite.