Replication using SQL Server 6.5 on NT Workstation

Replication using SQL Server 6.5 on NT Workstation

Post by Daniel vom Saa » Sat, 08 Aug 1998 04:00:00



Are there any restrictions on using SQL Server on an NT Workstation as part
of a Replication environment?  I have a client that wants a central NT
Server machine to replicate to a number of NT Workstations.  The
workstations will replicate different tables back up to the Server.  All
will have the latest SQL Server 6.5 plus Service Packs.  Any problems with
this configuration?

Thanks,

Daniel vom Saal

 
 
 

1. SQL 6.5 Workstation Installation Problem on NT 4.0 Workstation

Software

NT Workstation 4.0     with no Service Pack applied.
SQL 6.5 Workstation   with no Service Pack applied.

MS loopback installed.
No network card.
Use dynamic IP via ras to ISP.

Problem

After installing SQL on the E: drive,
Enterprise Manager does not see the (local) server and
cannot connect to it.

Solution

I installed SQL on the C: drive instead of the E: drive.
It works just fine. How aggrevating!
Apparently, SQL Workstation  will only install properly
on the C: drive.
I will report bug to MS.

2. Connection Manager

3. 7.0 SQL Clients on Windows 2000 Workstations using 6.5 SQL Server

4. qickreport bug??

5. SQL Server 6.5 Install on Windows NT 3.51 Workstation

6. Restore DB to a point in time (SQL7.0 SP2)

7. NT Workstations running the 16-bit I/SQLW cannot connect to SQL Server 6.5

8. Need S/W Developers

9. MS SQL Server 6.5 and NT Workstation 4.0

10. Installing Microsoft SQL Server 6.5 Developer Edition On Windows NT Workstation 4.0 sp3

11. SQL Server 6.5 on NT Workstation

12. Trouble configuring TCPIP connection between SQL Server 6.5 and NT Workstation

13. NT 4 Workstation with SQL Server 6.5