Cibersql Web Admin 1.0


Software Specifications

Cibersql Web Admin Screenshot
Editor Rating
3.35 MB
License [?]:
Not available
Last Updated:
Databases and Networks Software
Cibersql, LLC
Operating System:
Windows 98 Windows NT Windows 2000 Windows XP
Additional Requirements:
156MB RAM, PIII, IE 5.0
30-day trial.

Cibersql Web Admin Review

" High-Performance Web Based Management Tool for MS SQL Server and MSDE databases. "

Cibersql Web Admin is a web-based software application that allows companies to securely manage, develop and administer Microsoft SQL Server databases over the internet. Cibersql Web Admin's uniqueness lies in the fact that it is web-based and can therefore be used from anywhere in the world.

In addition to providing most of the functionality found in Enterprise Manager, Cibersql Web Admin added new innovative features such as instant data export to many different format including excel, rtf, xml, even PowerPoint. Cibersql Web Admin also offers full SQL Agent management including Job, Alerts and Operators unlike any many of its competitors.

Cibersql Web admin currently runs on Microsoft Windows NT, 2000, XP, 2003 and support Microsoft SQL Server 7.0, 2000 and MSDE. Cibersql is a .Net based product which provides scalability, performance and security. Support of Yukon is currently under development.


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