Re: Remote Controling SQL Server 2005 NS
Hi Shaul -
You can use the normal remote admin tools to monitor SSNS. It has
performance monitor objects, writes events to the logs, etc. You can
use Management Studio and/or NSControl to administer an instance.
If you'd like to extend your options, you can develop your own set of
tools using the SSNS API in SS2005.
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On 9 Jul 2006 05:39:09 -0700, [email protected] wrote:
>In what ways can I control and monitor NS instances from a remote
>computer? Any pointers?
>-- Shaul Dar
>Email: [email protected]
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