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the SQL has been installed but there is no server name and the Program does not accept any server name , and all the options , like the TCP , ports and Remote access are enabled

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i mean that after i start it i should enter a server name but there is no server name and it does not accept any name – Omneya Oct 26 '10 at 9:46
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What is "it"..? – Matt Gibson Oct 26 '10 at 10:17
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possible duplicate of [Cannot Connect to the SQL Server , SQL 2005 and it doesnot want to connect to the server and there is no Server name ? ](stackoverflow.com/questions/4022136/…) – Mark Bannister Oct 26 '10 at 12:05
    
SQL-ServerName is per default the Name of the Server where SQLServer is installed. If you don't have a active directory use the TCP/IP-Address instead of a servername. Do not forget the name of the instance if one is installed... – Ice Nov 7 '10 at 22:16

Points to consider:

  (1) Is the firewall configured to allow traffic on ports 1433 & 1434?
  (2) Is the SQL Server Browser service started?
  (3) Is the SQL Server configured to allow remote connections?

Check these out and be sure to update this post with your results.

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