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Hi I need help I am running SQL server 2005 express on a server, I setup the instance to receive TCP/IP connections over the network, all the services including the browser service is running perfectly. I can connect to the instance using Studio Express I can also setup a data source from the server that connects to the instance.

My problem is that I cannot connect to instance over the network when I try to setup a the data source I get the error server does not exist, error attached.
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Please take a look at this article, good debugging / resolution steps:

http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/2340/resolving-could-not-open-a-connection-to-sql-server-errors/
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You use tcp/ip connection to SQL Server. By default, SQL Server 2005 supports only local connection via shared memory. Use SQL Server Surface Area for enabling remote connections via TCP/IP.
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I have done that already.
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I moved the SQL installation to another server and its working fine now, thanks for the help guys.
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I tried the installing the SQL on another server and it solved the problem.
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