After displaying the error message, it proceeds to install the client part. How can this problem be solved?
On the other hand, you're trying to run SQL Server Enterprise Edition on a personal computer. This won't work since SQL Server Enterprise Edition requires Windows Server Enterprise Edition.
You're much better off running SQL Server Developer Edition that has all of the features of Enterprise Edition, but is much better suited to a personal computer.
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