The ODBC administrator utility and Services utility are also used to manage parts of Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000:
The ODBC Administrator utility is used to add, delete, and edit ODBC data sources for all ODBC drivers on the computer, including data sources for the SQL Server ODBC driver. It can also be used to list the versions of all the ODBC drivers installed on the computer. In Microsoft Windows NT®, Microsoft Windows® 95, and Microsoft Windows 98, the ODBC utility is in Control Panel. In Microsoft Windows 2000, the utility is named Data Source (ODBC) utility and is in the Administrative Tools folder in Control Panel.
Services (Windows NT and Windows 2000)
The Services application can be used to start, pause, and stop Microsoft Windows NT or Windows 2000 services, including the services managed by SQL Server Service Manager. In Windows NT, the Services utility is in Control Panel. In Windows 2000, the utility is in the Administrative Tools folder in Control Panel.
SQL Server also installs several command prompt utilities used when building .cmd files to work with SQL Server. For more information, see Getting Started with Command Prompt Utilities.