Weird, running SqlRun_Tools.msi was supposed to install SSMS. Are you sure
you select (by select, I mean you should choose "Will be installed on local
hard drive" from the popup menu when you click on it) explicitly Management
Tools under the Client Components node when you run this setup file? Do you
see any error message or something?
Will you try uninstalling Workstation Components from Control Panel\Add
Remove Programs and then reinstall these common components including Client
See the "To install SQL Server 2005 Client Tools only" topic:
"Glenn" <nospam (AT) yahoo (DOT) com> wrote
I just tried that but it did not install the SQL Management Studio. |
The only things I canget to show up are Configuration Tools -- SQL Server
Configuration Manager, SQL Server Error and Usage Reporting, SQL Server
Surface Area Configuration, Notification Services Command Prompt,
Reporting Services Configuration
Is there something else I need to do to get the Management Studio?
"Ekrem Önsoy" <ekrem (AT) compecta (DOT) com> wrote in message
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Run the following Setup file to install SSMS:
(It's in the second disk if you have CDs)
"Glenn" <nospam (AT) yahoo (DOT) com> wrote in message
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not sure if this is the right group for this question...please redirect
me if not
Is thee a way the SQL Server Management Studio on my local computer so
that I can run queries, etc.?
I tried running setup from Disk 2 and thought it would do what I was
trying to do, but nothing showed up in all programs after running the