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    Posted: May 08 2013 at 10:30pm
hi there,

hope this forum can give me solution.

I get error after upgrading SQL server, from SQL 2000 to SQL 2008.

I've successful install and restore database from SQL 2000 to sql 2008. and have changed Server info on domain table.

but when I try to connect database from database maintenance, it show message:
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9829000
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Error -2147165949: [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]To connect to this server you must use SQL Server Management Studio or SQL Server Management Objects (SMO).
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OK  
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SA login already enable.

please help. thanks.
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hi,

thanks for reply. but could it apply to sql 2008?

thanks.
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Is there a reason to not upgrade from SL6 when upgrading SQL? SL6.5 was the first to officially support SQL2005, and SL7 was the first to support SQL2008. Just wondering...
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Originally posted by Brian_IL Brian_IL wrote:

Is there a reason to not upgrade from SL6 when upgrading SQL? SL6.5 was the first to officially support SQL2005, and SL7 was the first to support SQL2008. Just wondering...

hi,
is the SL 7 support windows xp?
many clients still need windows xp in term of other application need to run under XP.

I still consider to upgrade to 6.5, just still looking the difference (in detail) between 6.0 sp1 and 6.5

anyway, thanks for suggestion.
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Copied from the SL7 fp1 Installation Guide:

This guide provides instructions for installing Microsoft Dynamics® SL in the following environments:
•Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional Service Pack 3 or later
•Microsoft Windows Vista™ Service Pack 1 or later
•Windows Server® 2003 Service Pack 3
•Windows Server® 2008
•Microsoft SQL Server® 2005 Service Pack 2, Standard or Enterprise edition
•Microsoft SQL Server® 2008, Standard or Enterprise edition

You should be able to find info on Customersource. Remember that extended support for XP ends in April 2014.

 

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