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Connect Microsoft SQL 2000 Database by Using Enterprise Manager

Last modified: July 2, 2022
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This article will show you how to connect Microsoft SQL 2000 Database by using Enterprise Manager. You can simply follow the guide below:

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

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Click on the “Alias” tab

Connect Microsoft SQL 2000 Database with Enterprise Manager

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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 with Enterprise Manager

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Click OK

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Click OK – This will close out the Client Network Utility

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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 with Enterprise Manager
Connect Microsoft SQL 2000 Database with Enterprise Manager

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

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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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