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OEM Sybase Database Management

I installed an external OEM Sybase database on a separate virtual machine and point all my ZCM primary servers to this database. I understand you can use Sybase Central to manage this database. I did download the software from Sybase for Sybase Central and installed in onto one of my workstations, but am unable to connect to this OES sybase database running as a virtual machine on SLES11.

Does anyone know how to connect to an OEM sybase database from a windows XP machine using the Sybase Central software?

Do I need to install Sybase Central onto my SLES11 OEM Sybase database server to get this to work?

If anyone has done this and has it working, I would really appreciate any help.

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