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Tunneling enterprise manager over https ASP.NET?

My host does not provide a good web based management tool for the sql
server database I am using. They queue imports and exports so it takes
several hours before things are finished. They provide this web based
access and access through asp or asp.net. Does anyone know how I could
tunnel a connection from enterprise manager to the database using a
asp.net web application?

Thanks

Ty

Jul 23 '05 #1
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Hi

You would need to talk to your provider about setting up a VPN if you want
to use EM to access your application. You may get them to use the Microsoft
Web Administrator if that is not what they currently use?

As far as the imports go, they probably do this to restrict the load on the
server, if this is a shared server then you will probably have to wait in
line, by-passing the queue will just anoy other users of the service. If you
have paid for your own dedicated server then I can see why they should not
give you remote access.

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My host does not provide a good web based management tool for the sql
server database I am using. They queue imports and exports so it takes
several hours before things are finished. They provide this web based
access and access through asp or asp.net. Does anyone know how I could
tunnel a connection from enterprise manager to the database using a
asp.net web application?

Thanks

Ty

Jul 23 '05 #2

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