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Connect Microsoft SQL 2000 Database by Using Enterprise Manager

Last modified: December 5, 2020
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HOW TO: Connect Microsoft SQL 2000 Database with Enterprise Manager

This article will show you how to connect Microsoft SQL 2000 Database by using Enterprise Manager. You can simply follow the guide below:

Step of 9

Open the SQL Server Client Network Utility: Start > Programs > Microsoft SQL Server > Client Network Utility

Step 2 of 9

Click on the “Alias” tab

Connect Microsoft SQL 2000 Database by Using Enterprise Manager

Step 3 of 9

Click “Add” and enter the following information:

Server Alias – Galaxy (Your SQL Server Hostname)
Network Library – TCP/IP
Computer Name – 192.168.1.11 (Your SQL server IP, see  Notes below)
Port Number – 1533

Connect Microsoft SQL 2000 Database by Using Enterprise Manager

Step  of 9

Click OK

Step  of 9

Click OK – This will close out the Client Network Utility

Step 6  of 9

Open Enterprise Manager. Right Click “Microsoft SQL Servers” and select “New SQL Server Registration” This will open a wizard. Click Next.

Connect Microsoft SQL 2000 Database by Using Enterprise Manager
Connect Microsoft SQL 2000 Database by Using Enterprise Manager

Step  of 9

Select “Galaxy” (SQL Server Hostname) from the list of available servers and “Add” it. Click Next.

Connect Microsoft SQL 2000 Database by Using Enterprise Manager

Step of 9

Choose to connect using SQL Server Authentication

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Enter your assigned username and password. Keep on clicking next until the wizard is completed.

Notes : 

– You may obtain your SQL server IP after you have created your MSSQL database inside your HELM/DNP control panel.
– Please make sure you have SQL Service Pack 3 installed on your terminal.
– Please make sure your local firewall is not blocking Port 1533
– This article only applies to Windows 2003 hosting packages with MSSQL database support.

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