Setting MSSQL 2005 timeout = 0 (neverending)

I have a database of about 10 million items, when I try and declare a primary key, it obviously times out. I'm using Microsoft Sql Manager to do this. Any idea how to run a sql query to set the timeout to 0??? Thanks, Chris.
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Jeff SCommented:
Have you looked at the WAITFOR in the Books Online help files?

WAITFOR(<statement>) [,TIMEOUT <timeout_value>]
Anthony PerkinsCommented:
Run the SQL Script from the Query Window.

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jumpstart0321Author Commented:
I am running it from the query window.
Jeff SCommented:
From the application, the API (ADO.NET) will have settings for timeout. From SSMS, there are settings in the Tools]Options area. Please be more specific.
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