How do I get the SQL Server up and running on SBS 2003 Premium?
Posted on 2006-05-03
I recently installed SBS 2003 Premium but didn't install the SQL Monitor nor Sharepoint. The SQL Server icon is in the system tray with no server name or default service. How do I get these SQL services started post install? And how do I install other applications that require a SQL database? (I know this sounds like a dumb question, but SBS is a lot different than the real thing.). Is it possible to use MS SQL Server Express 2005 if I should choose to do so?