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Using Connectivity Tools

SQL Server 2000

Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 Windows® CE Edition (SQL Server CE) provides the SQL Server CE Connectivity Management utility to configure Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) and setup appropriate NTFS permissions. The SQL Server CE Connectivity Management utility contains the SQL Server CE Virtual Directory Creation Wizard for creating new virtual directories and a management console for managing existing virtual directories. The SQL Server CE Connectivity Management utility is a standard Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in.

The SQL Server CE Connectivity Management utility and the SQL Server CE Virtual Directory Creation Wizard are installed automatically either by selecting the Server Tools option during SQL Server CE setup or by running the Server Tools self-extracting executable on the computer running IIS. For more information about installing Server Tools, see Installing SQL Server CE on an IIS System.

Note  At the end of the SQL Server CE setup process, you can choose to launch the SQL Server CE Virtual Directory Creation Wizard immediately.

To start the SQL Server CE Connectivity Management utility on the computer running IIS

  • On the Start menu, point to Programs, Microsoft SQL Server CE, and then click Configure Connectivity Support in IIS.

Or

  • Right-click the My Computer icon, and then click Manage. In the Computer Management window, expand Services and Applications, and then click Microsoft SQL Server CE.

To start the SQL Server CE Virtual Directory Creation Wizard

If you are configuring connectivity for the first time and did not run the SQL Server CE Virtual Directory Creation Wizard at the end of setup, you can start the wizard from the SQL Server CE Connectivity Management utility.

Important  IIS must be installed and running to start the SQL Server CE Connectivity Management utility or the SQL Server CE Virtual Directory Creation Wizard.

For information about using the SQL Server CE Connectivity Management utility to manage existing virtual directories, see Modifying an Existing Virtual Directory.

See Also
Planning for Security

Managing Connectivity

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