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    MS SQLl server 2005

    Hello I have a windows server 2003 and i have already setup ms sql 2005 express , i want to manage the sql server with a client or something for example from my small experience with mysql i use phpmyadmin as a client or an other client software to my windows computer and i connect to mysql database... there is something similar for ms sql server?

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    you need the SQL 2005 Management Studio which should be on the installation DVD of SQL 2005.**

    you can download it Download: Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express - Microsoft Download Center - Download Details

    ** if you have the full version of SQL that is. and i dont think the SQL lite had it as part of its installer
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