Microsoft SQL 2005 Networking

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Hi I'm a software developer and i use Visual C# 2005 and Microsoft SQL 2005 to create my desktop applications my application is a software will be installed in to client machines as 2 home PC and i want to make the two software's connect throw Ethernet to my database which it located on one of the two PC's :( i don't know haw to do this ... every time the application show me an error message code 40 which means the far pc dose not have the permeation to connect to the SQL so had anyone know how to solve this problem Eng.M2000
ASKED: April 9, 2008  7:53 AM
UPDATED: April 10, 2008  3:50 PM

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First you should make sure that the two PCs know eachother on the Ethernet, so ping one another and see if you get a reply (open the DOS prompt and ping <machine name> ).
If this works then you might have a problem with permissions, so – either you use a Domain account that has permissions in the SQL Server or you use SQL login (which is less secured).
Please let us know if you need more guidance.

Michelle.

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  • M2000
    hi michelle thanx fo replay yes i'm shure each PC can see the other so plz can you specefy in details and steps haw to make the second step tha you say
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