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Why do I need SQL Server?

  1. Why do I need SQL Server?

    I am running Vista Business and MS Office Pro 2003 with Outlook Business
    Contact Manger. All of my work is performed on a laptop and there is no
    Server or Network connections so what impact will removing SQL Server 2005
    application from my system? Thanks.

  2. Re: Why do I need SQL Server?

    On May 10, 3:28 pm, cjcpa wrote:
    > I am running Vista Business and MS Office Pro 2003 with Outlook Business
    > Contact Manger. All of my work is performed on a laptop and there is no
    > Server or Network connections so what impact will removing SQL Server 2005
    > application from my system? Thanks.


    Before removing it shut down the service, if that doesn't create havoc
    then remove it

    Denis the SQL Menace
    http://sqlservercode.blogspot.com/


  3. Re: Why do I need SQL Server?

    On May 10, 3:28 pm, cjcpa wrote:
    > I am running Vista Business and MS Office Pro 2003 with Outlook Business
    > Contact Manger. All of my work is performed on a laptop and there is no
    > Server or Network connections so what impact will removing SQL Server 2005
    > application from my system? Thanks.


    Before removing it shut down the service, if that doesn't create havoc
    then remove it

    Denis the SQL Menace
    http://sqlservercode.blogspot.com/


  4. Re: Why do I need SQL Server?

    It is possible that Contact Manager is running on a version of SQL Express.
    You may want to check that out first. Actually stopping the service should
    give you a good idea as to whether your Contact Manager software will be
    affected or not.
    --
    Regards,
    Jamie


    "SQL Menace" wrote:

    > On May 10, 3:28 pm, cjcpa wrote:
    > > I am running Vista Business and MS Office Pro 2003 with Outlook Business
    > > Contact Manger. All of my work is performed on a laptop and there is no
    > > Server or Network connections so what impact will removing SQL Server 2005
    > > application from my system? Thanks.

    >
    > Before removing it shut down the service, if that doesn't create havoc
    > then remove it
    >
    > Denis the SQL Menace
    > http://sqlservercode.blogspot.com/
    >
    >


  5. Re: Why do I need SQL Server?

    It is possible that Contact Manager is running on a version of SQL Express.
    You may want to check that out first. Actually stopping the service should
    give you a good idea as to whether your Contact Manager software will be
    affected or not.
    --
    Regards,
    Jamie


    "SQL Menace" wrote:

    > On May 10, 3:28 pm, cjcpa wrote:
    > > I am running Vista Business and MS Office Pro 2003 with Outlook Business
    > > Contact Manger. All of my work is performed on a laptop and there is no
    > > Server or Network connections so what impact will removing SQL Server 2005
    > > application from my system? Thanks.

    >
    > Before removing it shut down the service, if that doesn't create havoc
    > then remove it
    >
    > Denis the SQL Menace
    > http://sqlservercode.blogspot.com/
    >
    >


  6. Re: Why do I need SQL Server?

    Jamie,
    You are correct... Business Contact Manager is managed by SQL Server so I
    will keep it active. Thanks for your advice.

    "thejamie" wrote:

    > It is possible that Contact Manager is running on a version of SQL Express.
    > You may want to check that out first. Actually stopping the service should
    > give you a good idea as to whether your Contact Manager software will be
    > affected or not.
    > --
    > Regards,
    > Jamie
    >
    >
    > "SQL Menace" wrote:
    >
    > > On May 10, 3:28 pm, cjcpa wrote:
    > > > I am running Vista Business and MS Office Pro 2003 with Outlook Business
    > > > Contact Manger. All of my work is performed on a laptop and there is no
    > > > Server or Network connections so what impact will removing SQL Server 2005
    > > > application from my system? Thanks.

    > >
    > > Before removing it shut down the service, if that doesn't create havoc
    > > then remove it
    > >
    > > Denis the SQL Menace
    > > http://sqlservercode.blogspot.com/
    > >
    > >


  7. Re: Why do I need SQL Server?

    Jamie,
    You are correct... Business Contact Manager is managed by SQL Server so I
    will keep it active. Thanks for your advice.

    "thejamie" wrote:

    > It is possible that Contact Manager is running on a version of SQL Express.
    > You may want to check that out first. Actually stopping the service should
    > give you a good idea as to whether your Contact Manager software will be
    > affected or not.
    > --
    > Regards,
    > Jamie
    >
    >
    > "SQL Menace" wrote:
    >
    > > On May 10, 3:28 pm, cjcpa wrote:
    > > > I am running Vista Business and MS Office Pro 2003 with Outlook Business
    > > > Contact Manger. All of my work is performed on a laptop and there is no
    > > > Server or Network connections so what impact will removing SQL Server 2005
    > > > application from my system? Thanks.

    > >
    > > Before removing it shut down the service, if that doesn't create havoc
    > > then remove it
    > >
    > > Denis the SQL Menace
    > > http://sqlservercode.blogspot.com/
    > >
    > >


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