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Default Conflict in SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005


Hello Sirs / Madams,

I have a VB Dot Net 2005 Application which connects to MS SQL Server 2000. In my machine I have Win XP Professional, VS2005, MS SQL Server 2000 (SP 4). Now I have installed MS SQL Server 2005 (Client Version), SP 2. Now when I wish to connect to SQL Server 2005, it is going fine and working, BUT when I am trying to connect to SQL Server 2000, my programme is not just connecting into it.

Please show me how to keep both of them.

With thanks and regards,

Ayan Mukherjee


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