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How do I install SQL Server Profiler after installing SQL Server 2005

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This server has already an installed version of SQL Server 2005  on windows 2003 server. The Perofomance tools and the SQL Server Profiler has not been installed. I belive the default installaiton does not install them.

Now we need to install Profiler. How do I go about this pls?

I went to the add-remove programs and see an optoion of install additional componnts. If ths is the way, then which component should I need?

My main concern is if I install this component will ist have a drastic effect on existing databases. I will of course take a precausion and backup.

The DVD is available.

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You can add it from add/remove programs or you can add it by inserting the CD and selecting the appropriate components.
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Thanks. This gives me assurance to go an do the work.
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