What is min client distribution?

What is min client distribution?

Post by Arthur H » Sun, 11 Feb 2001 09:45:00

Ok, we found in "inside SQL Server 7.0" it says that Access 2000 and
Office 2000
have a lobotomized SQL server inside, but not much in the way of details
of how you can use it to deploy an SQL server database with less than a
full install of SQL server.

What is the minimum version of SQL server the customer needs to buy to
deploy an application that uses sql server?

Still no answers??

> We have a VB client application that uses SQL Server, right now
> we're doing a full SQL install on clients and the server.

> What is the minimum the customer needs to install, can we distribute
> or point them to just the driver for windows, and is there a reduced
> version of server we can require the customer to buy to run the
> server?

> email answer please


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What is the minimum configuration for Distribution Server in order to
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Again the databases were created in Notes, users replicate at least once or
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