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Dec
23
comment Remote Access to SQL Server
Got it, thanks anyway.
Dec
23
comment Remote Access to SQL Server
Well @Dai this is just for testing. I know I will have to improve security a lot if I want this to be a part of my company system (btw, do you have any tips on how to make my application more secure in vb.net/sql server, any links?)
Dec
23
comment Remote Access to SQL Server
@Dai I just tried to connect with my laptop to my SQL Server using IP address and I am still receiving the same message.
Dec
22
comment Remote Access to SQL Server
Give me 20 minutes, I will bring my laptop and will try to connect from that one
Dec
22
comment Remote Access to SQL Server
@Dai but I am trying to connect via IP Address, doesn't that means I am connecting remotely?
Dec
22
comment Remote Access to SQL Server
@Dai currently I am trying to connect to server running on the same PC but using IP address instead of Server Name. I haven't find anything about Port-Forwarding in any tutorial (for remote access).
Dec
22
comment Remote Access to SQL Server
@WhyCry I have already done everything from the link you just posted
Dec
22
comment Remote Access to SQL Server
@WhyCry Yes I did.
Dec
22
comment Remote Access to SQL Server
@WhyCry Yes, I just updated my question with error message.
Dec
22
comment Remote Access to SQL Server
@WhyCry Granted? Where?
Dec
28
comment Remote database connection problem?
Did you setup your network for sharing?
Dec
28
comment Remote database connection problem?
It doesnt mind, you have to setup TCP/IP connectivity, just try it :)
Dec
18
comment Two way replication
Is there any better (free) solution I can use to connect two servers and sync them everytime I want (or scheduled) ??
Dec
17
comment Two way replication
Peer-To-Peer is only for enterprise users, I need it for some cheaper versions of SQL Server 2000/2005 or 2008 (the best will be for 2008) Is there any link where I can see "Step By Step" how to setup bidirectional replication? Something without using too much TSQL, just with wizards (like standard one direction replication) ??
Dec
17
comment Two way replication
but I read somewhere that Merge is better
Dec
17
comment Two way replication
I used transactional
Dec
17
comment Two way replication
Actually I Dont know, Im new in replications so you can make me advice...