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SQL Server 2008 with 2000

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Hello everyone,
I have recently joined Ms Products, we have a Database server in SQL Server 2000(located in X computer). I want
to connect SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2008 express(located in Y computer).

can any one tell me from scratch how to connect them?

thanks
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naqib_bs (10/22/2012)
Hello everyone,
I have recently joined Ms Products, we have a Database server in SQL Server 2000(located in X computer). I want
to connect SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2008 express(located in Y computer).

can any one tell me from scratch how to connect them?

thanks


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I did the same think, but there is some administration problem in my windows, I am not administrator user
but I am member of administrator user therefore, it gives me some errors:
cannot show required dialog.
additional information:
.................
................
A required operation could not be completed. you must be a member of the sysadmin role.

thanx
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naqib_bs (10/22/2012)
I did the same think, but there is some administration problem in my windows, I am not administrator user
but I am member of administrator user therefore, it gives me some errors:
cannot show required dialog.
additional information:
.................
................
A required operation could not be completed. you must be a member of the sysadmin role.

thanx


The error message pretty much tells the story...


you must be a member of the sysadmin role.


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naqib_bs (10/22/2012)
I did the same think, but there is some administration problem in my windows, I am not administrator user
but I am member of administrator user therefore, it gives me some errors:
cannot show required dialog.
additional information:
.................
................
A required operation could not be completed. you must be a member of the sysadmin role.

thanx


The error message pretty much tells the story...


you must be a member of the sysadmin role.




since he is talking about his windows im guessing he is an admin in windows but not a member of the sysadmin role in SQL Server. understanding windows logins and sql logins can have different permission levels (Or be completely separate) makes the error more recognizable.


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