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Accessing BCM from desktops

Posted on 2013-11-20
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So I've created a database on the server as well as the SQL Instance, however when I try to connect from a workstation to it says "Cannot locate any shared databases on this computer"

However the database is on the Computer and shared.

Any Ideas?
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Well, I got it to work.  Had to use MSSQL 2008 express, not MSSQL 2008 R2.....
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