I had High Protection mirroring up and running on two databases between two servers (call the live server A and the mirror B). There was no witness server. I did not have proper log size control procedures on the live server and ended up with a log file that couldn't be backed up for lack of disk space and as a result (at least I'm pretty sure it was as a result of that) my mirroring session disconnected. When I attempted to reinitialize mirroring I opened my databases on A and stopped the mirroring session and removed mirroring from the properties of those databases. I am now trying to drop the mirror databases on server B so that I can delete them and replace them with current restores and start a new mirroring session. However, each time I attempt to alter them in any way I get the following error: Cannot show requested dialog. (SQLMgmt) An exception occurred while executing a Transact-SQL statement or batch. (Microsoft.SQLServer.Connectioninfo) Database [db name] is enabled for database mirroring, but neither the partner nor witness server instances are available: the database cannot be opened. (Microsoft SQL Server, error: 955) Alternatively, depending on what I'm trying to do, the third line reads: Database [db name] is enabled for Database Mirroring, Database Mirroring must be removed before dropping [or whatever] the database. (Microsoft SQL Server, error: 3743)It won't let me open the properties window of either database... how can I turn off mirroring so that I can get rid of these Server B databases and get a new session going? Thanks in advance for any thoughts!