Program SQL server db from Win95 
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 Program SQL server db from Win95
I am new to SQL server. My machine is on network, its sever has SQL server
databases. But my machine  Win95. I wonder if I can use SQL server Desktop
edition to connect to server and, create and program databases on server? If
not, can I try with Enterprise or Standard edition?
Thanks.
Shao


Fri, 04 Apr 2003 03:00:00 GMT
 Program SQL server db from Win95

Shao,

You do not need to install SQL Server on your machine to get the
functionality you want.  All you need are the client utilities, such as
Enterprise Manager, Query Analyzer, etc.  To install those, get the SQL
Server CD and run setup on your machine.  Setup will distinguish your
machine from a server and offer the option of installing the client
utilities.  After installing the utilities, you will need to use the client
network utility to configure your machine to connect to the SQL Server on
the network.

Beej Goodwin
DBA
General Nutrition Corporation

Quote:

>I am new to SQL server. My machine is on network, its sever has SQL server
>databases. But my machine  Win95. I wonder if I can use SQL server Desktop
>edition to connect to server and, create and program databases on server?
If
>not, can I try with Enterprise or Standard edition?
>Thanks.
>Shao



Sun, 06 Apr 2003 21:51:02 GMT
 
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