I have just installed (hopefully) SQL 2005 Professional, as part of the
Visual Studio Professional setup. I already had SQL Server 2000, and SQL
Server express, installed as part of Visual Web Developer. I chose a full
installation ( so that I would get the sample databases, etc...).
I chose the Default instance. (it was the default choice-(but was it trying
to upgrade SQL Express?))
Everything completed without any errors.
However, I can not find the 2005 equivalent of EnterpriseManager. In
startup, when I go to the list of programs, in the Microsoft Server 2005
folder tree, all I have is Configuration Tools.
I must have messed up somewhere. If I click SQL Server Configuration
Manager, I see the SQL Server 2005 Services (on the left) and then on the
right hand panel, SQL Server is listed as (SQLExpress Running
I looked at SQL Express, and the new databases that supposedly were to be
installed as examples are not there.
How do I get the full version 2005 to show up, with whatever Enterprise
Manager is called in 2005, and the rest of the services(which I believe I do
have installed, and sample databases to show up, please?