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SQL Server FAQ - Defining the Name and Server for a new DSN

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How To Define the Name and Server for a new DSN?

Continuing from the previous tutorial, on the first screen of the "Create a New Data Source to SQL Server" wizard, you should enter 3 fields: Name, Description, and Server as suggested below:

Description: FYIcenter.com SQL Server

See the picture below:
    ODBC DSN setting for SQL Server

Note that the name and description can be decided by yourself. But the server must be the network machine name where the SQL Server is running. In this example, LOCALHOST is the machine name for your local system.

Click Next and continue with the next tutorial to finish up creating a new DSN.

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  1. What Is Open Database Communication (ODBC)?
  2. How To Add a New DSN with the ODBC Driver for SQL Server?
  3. How To Define the Name and Server for a new DSN?
  4. How To Provide Login Information for a New ODBC DSN?
  5. Why Are You Getting Errors When Creating a New ODBC DSN?
  6. What Are the Requirements on SQL Server Network Connections?
  7. How To Start SQL Server Browser Service?
  8. How To Enable TCP/IP Protocol on a SQL Server?
  9. How To Verify the Port Number of the SQL Server?
  10. How To Configure ODBC DSN with Different Port Numbers?
  11. How To Configure and Test ODBC DSN Settings?
  12. How To Connect MS Access to SQL Servers through ODBC?
  13. How Can Windows Applications Connect to SQL Servers via ODBC?

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