I just have upgraded to windows 10. I can't find sql server configuration manager. I have MSSQL 2008 and 2014 installed but there is no configuration manager in
In later versions of SQL Server, the configuration manager is implemented as an MMC plugin.
There are two ways of accessing this:
- Navigate to c:\windows\system32 and look for a file with the name SQLServerManagernn.msc, where nn is the version of SQL Server you have installed. For SQLServer 2014, the name is SQLServerManager12.msc. You can double-click on it and you'll see a result. You can also make a shortcut on the desktop if you like.
- A much simpler way is to run the Computer Management applet from Control Panel→Administrative Tools→Computer Management, where you should find the configuration manager installed
check this microsoft doc page for sql server configuration manager.
snippet (Feb 2018):
SQL Server 2017 C:\Windows\SysWOW64\SQLServerManager14.msc SQL Server 2016 C:\Windows\SysWOW64\SQLServerManager13.msc SQL Server 2014 C:\Windows\SysWOW64\SQLServerManager12.msc SQL Server 2012 C:\Windows\SysWOW64\SQLServerManager11.msc
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