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Enterprise Manager appears to slow my dial up connection

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I am using a dial up connection to the Internet and to an online SQL
Server database.

I have a problem in that when I use Enterprise Manager to access even
my local server , or even, it appears, when it is just open with no
connection to any SQL Server, I experience very slow data transfer
over my normal dial up connection.

I am reasonably sure it is Enterprise Manager causing the problem as
when I close it and redial I have an acceptable rate of data transfer
using my dial up connection.

Can anyone:

a. support my conclusion that Enterprise Manager is the probable
cause of the slow connection.

b. suggest a solution

Best wishes, John Morgan
Jul 23 '05 #1
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John Morgan (jf*@XXwoodlander.co.uk) writes:
I am using a dial up connection to the Internet and to an online SQL
Server database.

I have a problem in that when I use Enterprise Manager to access even
my local server , or even, it appears, when it is just open with no
connection to any SQL Server, I experience very slow data transfer
over my normal dial up connection.

I am reasonably sure it is Enterprise Manager causing the problem as
when I close it and redial I have an acceptable rate of data transfer
using my dial up connection.

Can anyone:

a. support my conclusion that Enterprise Manager is the probable
cause of the slow connection.

b. suggest a solution


I don't have a configuration that I easily can test from, but I have a
guess that you could try: for all your remote servers, right-click and
pick Edit SQL Server Registration Properties and uncheck "Display server
state in console".

--
Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP, es****@sommarskog.se

Books Online for SQL Server SP3 at
http://www.microsoft.com/sql/techinf...2000/books.asp
Jul 23 '05 #2

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