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Old September 9th, 2003, 10:29 AM
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Default Run Enterprise not on the server

Is there a way to run Enterprise Manager on my local PC so that I don't have to go over to the SQL Server 2003 computer to do things?
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If you have Enterprise manager installed on your local PC, set up a connection in client network utility then in enterprise manager right click on SQL server group and click on New SQL server registration follow the wizard and you should see the server in the list of available server.

If you dont have enterprise manager on your local PC then you need Terminal services or PC due to view the SQL server machine.

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You just need to install the SQL client tools on your local PC. They're on the original SQL install disk.


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