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G

Gill

I am shoping for sql server 2008. I have hard time to find out which one is compatible for RMS 2.0 SP2 with window 7.Curruntly I am running sql server 2000 standard with xp3 but I have to change my pc soon. I need help to find right sql server 2008.
Is this compatible for RMS (Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard Edition For Small Business ) or Is there any microsofr part number ?
Pls help me to find right one.


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Thank You
Harjit Singh SherGill /DBA
Altaville Market
324 South Main st po box 370
Altaville CA 95221
Tel : 209-736-1677
Fax; 209-498-3660
(e-mail address removed)
 
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Jeff @ Check Point Software

Gill,

SQL 2008 Standard Edition for Small Business only works on Windows Server 2008, SBS 2008 and 2008 Essential (now discontinued) and must be joined in a Domain.
http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/small-business.aspx You can also read about the different Editions on the menu on top of the page.

SQL 2k8 Standard Edition with 10 CALS is # 228-08394
SQL 2k8 Workgroup Edition with 5 CALS is # A5K-02337 note the different number of CALS.


If you are really just looking for increased storage over that the Express version gives you , go for the Workgroup Edition, if you are currently using any of the features of the 2000 Standard Edition you have now, go with the Standard Edition.


BTW, if you can wait until May/June, the SQL 2k8 R2 version will be out, but 64 bit only, which is the version of Win7 you should be upgrading to, anyways.
http://blogs.technet.com/dataplatfo...sql-server-2008-r2-gets-an-official-date.aspx



I am shoping for sql server 2008. I have hard time to find out which one is compatible for RMS 2.0 SP2 with window 7.Curruntly I am running sql server 2000 standard with xp3 but I have to change my pc soon. I need help to find right sql server 2008.
Is this compatible for RMS (Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard Edition For Small Business ) or Is there any microsofr part number ?
Pls help me to find right one.


--
Thank You
Harjit Singh SherGill /DBA
Altaville Market
324 South Main st po box 370
Altaville CA 95221
Tel : 209-736-1677
Fax; 209-498-3660
(e-mail address removed)
 
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G

Gill

Jeff
Thank you for information
I am using sql 2000 because db is larger than 4gb. When I bought sql 2000 on2004 My db was larger 2gb
I am rms user since 2003.


--
Thank You
Harjit Singh SherGill /DBA
Altaville Market
324 South Main st po box 370
Altaville CA 95221
Tel : 209-736-1677
Fax; 209-498-3660
(e-mail address removed)

Gill,

SQL 2008 Standard Edition for Small Business only works on Windows Server 2008, SBS 2008 and 2008 Essential (now discontinued) and must be joined in a Domain.
http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/small-business.aspx You can also read about the different Editions on the menu on top of the page.

SQL 2k8 Standard Edition with 10 CALS is # 228-08394
SQL 2k8 Workgroup Edition with 5 CALS is # A5K-02337 note the different number of CALS.


If you are really just looking for increased storage over that the Express version gives you , go for the Workgroup Edition, if you are currently using any of the features of the 2000 Standard Edition you have now, go with the Standard Edition.


BTW, if you can wait until May/June, the SQL 2k8 R2 version will be out, but 64 bit only, which is the version of Win7 you should be upgrading to, anyways.
http://blogs.technet.com/dataplatfo...sql-server-2008-r2-gets-an-official-date.aspx



I am shoping for sql server 2008. I have hard time to find out which one is compatible for RMS 2.0 SP2 with window 7.Curruntly I am running sql server 2000 standard with xp3 but I have to change my pc soon. I need help to find right sql server 2008.
Is this compatible for RMS (Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard Edition For Small Business ) or Is there any microsofr part number ?
Pls help me to find right one.


--
Thank You
Harjit Singh SherGill /DBA
Altaville Market
324 South Main st po box 370
Altaville CA 95221
Tel : 209-736-1677
Fax; 209-498-3660
(e-mail address removed)
 

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