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Posted Monday, November 15, 2010 12:42 PM
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I choose the "None of the above" option for a reason I haven't seen mentioned yet: snapshots are an Enterprise/Developer edition only feature. Therefore, on lower versions of SQL Server, no recovery model supports them.
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Thanks for the question.



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I choose the "None of the above" option too for same reason I haven't seen mentioned yet: snapshots are an Enterprise/Developer edition only feature. More it was never said what type of SQL Server was concerned 2000, 2005, 2008 or even SQL 7 ?
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