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Manage Multiple SQL Server's from Single User Interface


Manage Multiple SQL Server's from Single User Interface

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Hi,

There is any native or third part tools to manage multiple sql server's instance's running on multiple servers. Ex. Oracle Enterprize Manager.

Thanks in Advance.

Thanks!
Reddy
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3rd party you have Toad which was named best of Tech Ed as far as IDE's go. It has quite a bit of management technology plus a log reader and a full suite of compare and synch features.

[url=http://www.quest.com/toad-for-sql-server][/url]
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reddy-442519 (3/15/2010)
Hi,

There is any native or third part tools to manage multiple sql server's instance's running on multiple servers. Ex. Oracle Enterprize Manager.

Thanks in Advance.

Thanks!
Reddy



You can you SSMS to manage all servers, you can register all servers on client.

EnjoY!
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I would have to still go with SSMS - it comes free with SQL Server.



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