How To Explicitly Connect SQL Server Using Specific ( Named Pipes / TCP / Shared Memory ) Protocol : Interview Question

Explicitly Connect SQL Server 

Named Pipes / TCP / Shared Memory 

Many of us have all protocols enable in SQL server and I don't think if even couple of us notice which protocol we are using to connect to SQL server and if we have requirement to connect to specific protocol.....
Frequently Used Queries In SQL Server

To connect SQL server first we have to make sure we should have enable all 4 protocols in SQL configuration manager

Once we enable all protocols, we can open SQL server management studio and connect one by one with same server using protocols.

SQL server instance name is "SAURABHTEST3". This is a default instance.

To connect to different protocols

  1. Named Pipes :  NP: Servername
  2. TCP \ IP :  TCP: Server Name 
  3. Shared Memory : LCP: Server Name ; Localhost , (local) , ."dot"

To Connect using Named Pipes protocol:

To Connect using TCP / IP protocol:

To Connect using Shared Memory protocol:

As above shared memory can be connected on same machine using localhost and other options.

After connection you can verify using sql
select session_id , net_transport
 from sys.dm_exec_connections
So once
SQL is connected it will be like

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