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how do i connect from one sqlserver7 to other sqlserver7 through internet

hi myself avi
i am developing one appilication in which i am using vb as front end and
sql server 7.0 as backend. i all ready complete the full application and
it installed it on my clients computer. but some times i need my clients
data which is on his computer,
so any one can help me to find out how do i connect to my clients sql
server through internet i. e. how do i configure or use server network
utility / Client network utility. i need it very badly.
plz help me
those who r giving me their valuable help plz mentioned their email id so
that i can contact further

Jul 20 '05 #1
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hi myself avi
i am developing one appilication in which i am using vb as front end and
sql server 7.0 as backend. i all ready complete the full application and
it installed it on my clients computer. but some times i need my clients
data which is on his computer,
so any one can help me to find out how do i connect to my clients sql
server through internet i. e. how do i configure or use server network
utility / Client network utility. i need it very badly.
plz help me
those who r giving me their valuable help plz mentioned their email id so
that i can contact further


If you need a secure connection over the internet, then a VPN configured to
allow access from your server to your client's server is probably the best
solution. This is not really an MSSQL question, however, it's a networking
question, so you need to talk to your own and your client's network
administrators.

These links may be useful:

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserv...ew/vpnfaq.mspx
http://support.microsoft.com/default...&Product=sql2k

You could also try posting to microsoft.public.win2000.networking for more
information.

Simon
Jul 20 '05 #2

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