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SQL Enterprise Manager on linux?

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I am using a bual boot machine with Fedora Core 1 and XP Pro. And I'm in constant search of applications in Linux that'll allow me to do the things I do in Windows. One of the apps I use is the SQL Enterprise Manager to administer certain MS SQL Servers. Is there a similar application in the linux world that will give me most of the functionalities of the Enterprise Manager?

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Not really, although you should be able to telnet to the MS sql server to run the same sorts of commands.

Another option would be to run WINE and install Enterprise Mangler there, although I've never tried this and don't know if it will actually work.
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I have tried to use Enterprise Manager with Wine.  Doesn't work.  Perhaps if I dedicated more time.  I was successful with getting Query Analyzer working.  Worked very well on wine.  I think the issue with EM was with the MS MMC console app.  Get that working and I bet EM will work.  Of course, both work using VMWare.  I have been happy with that.  You just need a machine that can handle it.
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