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Free MSDE administration tool

Posted on 2004-05-02
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Does someone know where i can find a free MSDE administration tool..
Does microsoft have any, need to be able to set up users and server preferences, would be nice to have table viewing too.
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Ok, why the grade of  a C?  If you had a problem with the answer, you should have asked for more input or not have accepted the answer.
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Sorrry i hadnt read that help...
It is offcause a B then... i just thought that linking automatically was a C...

Sorry arbert...
please change grade to B...
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Thanks!
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