Select SQL Server


Use this dialog box to select a SQL Server instance available in your network.


You should have access to the remote registry of the SQL Server machine to retrieve the instance name.


The Name field must contain not just the name of the computer where SQL Server is running but the name of SQL Server itself. Usually the SQL Server name consists of two parts: the computer name and the instance name divided by a backslash (e.g. computer\instance). Sometimes the instance name is empty (default) and you can use the computer name as an SQL Server name.


If the Name field is empty, it means that SQL Server is running on the same computer as DeviceLock Enterprise Server and has an empty (default) instance name.