Microsoft KB Archive/47271
INF: Starting SQL Server Remotely
The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft SQL Server for OS/2, version 4.2
This article describes how to start SQL Server remotely.
If the specified server is not running when SAF is started, a prompt appears asking whether or not to start it. Another way is to use the NET ADMIN command as follows:
NET ADMIN \\server-name /COMMAND net start sqlserver
If share-level security is active, ADMIN$ must be shared. If ADMIN$ was shared with a password, that password must be used in the NET ADMIN command. For more information, see Chapter 13 of the "Microsoft LAN Manager Administrator's Guide."
If user-level security is active, the workstation must be NET LOGged on to an account with ADMIN privilege. For more information, see Chapter 10 of the "Microsoft LAN Manager Administrator's Guide."
Additional query words: net admin administration remote
Keywords : kbnetwork SSrvLAN SSrvSAF Version : 4.2 Platform : OS/2 Issue type :
Last Reviewed: March 9, 1999