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    Hello,
    dedicated SQL 2012 for Management and Reporting DBs of APP-V management server (standalone 2012)
    Successfully Installed APPVMAN server. When open the console:
    “There were problems interacting with the database on the server. The error was: Login failed for user Domainemachine_name$”

    On SQL used default installation accounts for services (was recommended for non clustered environment). Just engine installed.
    For SQL admin account used: domain user placed to local SQL server admin group. During Appvman server installation provided domaine admin account (only one person for start, no group)
    Made some research on web before posting here. Came to conclusion that APPVMAN server machine account should be able to login to DB. So now the question how to add Mashine account to SQL. Found some tips.
    But before going deeper I would like to ask people here, because I followed installation guides and non of them mentioned something specific regarding machine account in the scenario where SQL and App-V running on separate servers . Just nice console screenshot after installation.
    Please help in simple way :) .

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