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Configuring Network Connections

SQL Server 2000

Server management includes reconfiguring the Microsoft® SQL Server™ server network connections. Most of the time, you do not need to change the server network connections. Only reconfigure the server connections if you need to:

  • Configure an instance of SQL Server to listen on a particular network protocol.

  • Use a proxy server to connect to an instance of SQL Server.

  • Use a firewall system to isolate the network containing the instance of SQL Server from the rest of the Internet.
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