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I have installed Visual Studio 2008 on my system (Windows Vista). I'm trying to install SQL Server 2005 to run applications. While installing I got only the configuration tools and no SQL Server Management Studio IDE. Where do I get that?

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You have missed to select "Workstation Components" while installing SQL Server.

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Do you check Client Component when Feature selection[select the program features you want installed.]?

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ya..thats my mistake...i reinstalled by insluding client components too...thankc – Saranyya Aug 10 '10 at 7:25

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