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When you try to perform a Upgrade in SMS 2003 to SCCM 2007 on configmgrsetup.log you see a xp_SMS_notification not found and you receive the following error message: Cannot insert the default site control image to the database.
When you try to perform a Upgrade in Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) 2003 to System Center Configuration Manager 2007 on configmgrsetup.log you see a xp_SMS_notification not found and you receive the following error message: Cannot insert the default site control image to the database.
Typically, this problem occurs when the xp_SMS_notification extended stored procedure is removed during the SQL Server installation process.
The xp_SMS_notification extended stored procedure is added when you install SMS 2003. If you reinstall SQL Server, the xp_SMS_notification extended stored procedure may be removed.
To resolve this problem, you must re-create the xp_SMS_notification extended stored procedure by using SQL Enterprise Manager. To do this, follow these steps:
Click Start, point to Programs, point to Microsoft SQL Server 2005, and then click SQL Server Management Studio.
In SQL Server Management Studio, Connect to Microsoft SQL Server ServerName, expand Databases, expand System Databases and then click master.
In the right pane of SQL Management Studio, Double Click on Programmability, right-click on Extended Stored Procedure, and then click New Extended Stored Procedure.
In the Extended Stored Procedure Properties - ServerName dialog box, type xp_SMS_notification, and then click the ellipses (...) button next to DLL Path.
Important The Extended Stored Procedure name is case-sensitive and must be entered as xp_SMS_notification.
In the Locate Extended Stored Procedure .DLL dialog box, locate the \SMS\Bin\i386 folder, click smsxp.dl
6. Go to Permissions and add NY Authority\System, SMS Admin and Click OK