Microsoft SQL Server 7.0: OS requirements?

Microsoft SQL Server 7.0: OS requirements?

Post by Niels Kistru » Sat, 03 Feb 2001 23:52:59



I looking to prepare myself for Microsoft's certification test, 70-029.  I
have an old Pentium Pro 200 MHz, running Win95 SP2.  Can I run Microsoft SQL
Server 7.0, as a single user?  I need to turn SQL Analyzer & Enterprise Mgr.

Niels

 
 
 

Microsoft SQL Server 7.0: OS requirements?

Post by Tibor Karasz » Sat, 03 Feb 2001 23:57:15


Niels,

Yes, SQL7 will run on that (provided that you have at least 32MB memory).
I'd concentrate on SQL2000 test, though. SQL2000 does not run on W95, it needs at
least W98.

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Quote:> I looking to prepare myself for Microsoft's certification test, 70-029.  I
> have an old Pentium Pro 200 MHz, running Win95 SP2.  Can I run Microsoft SQL
> Server 7.0, as a single user?  I need to turn SQL Analyzer & Enterprise Mgr.

> Niels


 
 
 

Microsoft SQL Server 7.0: OS requirements?

Post by Niels Kistru » Sun, 04 Feb 2001 01:00:54


Tibor,

TFTR.  I have 128M; plenty.  If I can polish my 7.0 knowledge, 2000 should
be a small jump.

Niels



> Niels,

> Yes, SQL7 will run on that (provided that you have at least 32MB memory).
> I'd concentrate on SQL2000 test, though. SQL2000 does not run on W95, it
needs at
> least W98.

> --
> Tibor Karaszi, SQL Server MVP
> FAQ from Neil at: http://www.sqlserverfaq.com
> Please reply to the newsgroup only, not by email.



> > I looking to prepare myself for Microsoft's certification test, 70-029.
I
> > have an old Pentium Pro 200 MHz, running Win95 SP2.  Can I run Microsoft
SQL
> > Server 7.0, as a single user?  I need to turn SQL Analyzer & Enterprise
Mgr.

> > Niels