Jumping the Gun

“Divas” are rarely as talented or knowledgeable as they’d like to be. Call it a statement of intent. An “if you build it they will come…” idea. Or call me a complete poser. Whatever… I’m attempting to share the knowledge of my success and failures. Like every good diva-poser-scientist-wannabe, I imagine I’ll be encountering far more failures than successes.

So far, trying to use SQL Server 2008 with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 on a Windows Server 2008 isn’t working for me. Actually I’d not even reached the MOSS installation part yet. I was just trying to do the step before installing the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 x64 with Service Pack 1. The part where I go into SQL Server Surface Area Configuration and allow Remote Connections.

And I find there is no such animal in 2008. So if anyone knows how to allow remote connections on SQL Server 2008, please let me know. My google-fu has yet to find any answers. For now, we’re going back to 2005 in this installation.


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