Check your license method.
Two types of licenses are there:
1. Processor based
2. Seat based
If it is processor based , u can very well install a SQL client in your mac
and access the server.
Incase u have purchased a seat based license , you may need to purchase a
CAL (client access license)
Run the below query for getting the license type:
SELECT 'LicenseType', CAST(ServerProperty('LicenseType') AS nvarchar(100))
FYI , SQL server comes along with lots of tool to communicate to database:
1. Query analyser
2. Enterprise manager ...
> We have SQL Server 2000 (Standard Edition) licensed &
> fully installed as part of a third-party application.
> To get at SQL Server 2000, we have to log into the
> database server via thin client and use it on the server.
> Is there a front-end to SQL Server 2000 that can reside on
> my PC that will let me run the SQL Server "console" on my
> PC and create stored procedures, views, tables, etc.
> without having to use the thin client interface?
> Thanks in advance for your help.