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Business Contact manager 2010 SQL Server 2008

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Good morning,
We are looking at installing Business Contact manager 2010 on several of our PCs, we have a  SQL Server 2008, and Id like to point BCM to the SQL server.

I know I can download and install 'Business Contact Manager for Outlook 2010 Database Tool', but it wont create the database on a remote server.

Any ideas how I can setup the database on my remote server, and point Outlook to use this database?

Thank you
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