Does the SQL Workstation 6.5 (is there a SQL Workstation 6.5 anyway?) on a
NT Workstation 4.0? Or do you need NT Server?
You're no doubt aware that SQL Workstation is a single user license version
of the SQL Server. It has the full functionality of Server but limits
connections to 15. I haven't checked whether SQL Workstation 6.5 is
available (I'd be surprised if it wasn't). The full SQL Server product
runs quite happily on NT Workstation 4.0.
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Quote:> Does the SQL Workstation 6.5 (is there a SQL Workstation 6.5 anyway?) on
> NT Workstation 4.0? Or do you need NT Server?
I'm trying to install SQL Workstation 6.0 on
my home pc which is running NT Workstation 4.0
(dual booting with Windows 95). The set-up goes
smoothly untill the message "Trying to start
SQL Server...", then an error message returns
saying that it can not connect to SQL Server, and I
have to exit set-up program. I can start the MSSQL
services from control manager manually, but since the
installation is not complete, none of the utility
program (SQLEM, etc.) works. The network protocol is
named pipe (default).
Any suggestion is appreciated.