How to Install SQL Server Client on Windows?
The Client / Server Application is a computer program that allows users to access what is stored on the server. Of course, both computers can be workstations running the same type of operating system. In most network environments, the server contains a database that requires users to access this database from their workstations. For a regular client/server database, you need to create the database first. As always, you have many options. In fact, you can start with something other than a database. To start the server, start Microsoft SQL Server from the computer where you installed Microsoft SQL Server or the workstation where you installed the client tools.
Installing SQL Client in Windows
Step 1: Open SQL Server installation center. In which the installation of SQL client is similar to an unboxing, but using setup.exe instead. The majority of the arrangement is the same as in 2016:
Step 2: When Setup.exe is launched, select the Installation tab from the left-hand menu.
Step 3: Setup.exe’s greater features.
Step 4: Select your preferred edition here I’m going with Developer.
Step 5: Developer Edition continues to call home, and you can’t turn it off.
Step 6: Feature selection here I’ll accept the vast majority of the engine extras.
Step 7: Choosing a name for your instance.
Step 8: Instant File Initialization isn’t checked by default when configuring service accounts. So select windows authentication mode.
Step 9: Select your sysadmins carefully.
Step 10: Add location to save data in the data directories option.
Step 11: Data and log files in TempDB can now be larger than a USB flash drive! However, there is a nice little warning popup about how you may have a delayed setup experience. Whatever you choose to call it, Filestream and then click next.
Step 12: Now click on consent to install Python.
It hangs here for a bit after you click Accept before Next is enabled, and you have to click that as well.
All systems are up and running-click Install.
For me, the “CPU action” (or lack thereof) has always been the most time-consuming component of the installation. More blazing CPU action (stuck here for minutes).
So this is how the 2017 installer was successfully installed and refreshed your system.