Server Component is not supported on Windows XP Pro

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Server Component is not supported on Windows XP Pro

Postby George Szubinski » Thu, 25 Sep 2003 02:17:54 GMT

Folks,

PLEASE help me here ...

I have tried to install the database server component 
from MS Sql Server 2000 Enterprise Edition and the setup 
program reports "Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Enterprise 
Edition server component is not supported on this 
operating system. Only client components will be 
available for installation."

What a lot of nonsense. I searched and found several 
similar problems reported. Is there anyone out there who 
knows how to solve this. Is the problem SP related (I 
have all my os SPs installed),is it services related - 
all mine seem ok ....

... ANYBODY ??????

Re: Server Component is not supported on Windows XP Pro

Postby george » Thu, 25 Sep 2003 14:14:01 GMT

thanks sue

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