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Posted Monday, July 18, 2011 12:02 PM


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bopeavy (7/18/2011)
The site will tell you how long the evaluation copy last but i will bet it will not be over 90 days. Probably more like 30 days.


SQL evaluation editions are 180 days.



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Posted Monday, July 18, 2011 12:24 PM


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Edit: I missed Gail's post.

I'm not going to bet you.

I know it is over 30 days because I got an e-mail at 30 days telling me that I should purchase.

I may have misread the following link but it appears to state that it is good for 180 days?

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/sqlserver/bb671149

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The site will tell you how long the evaluation copy last but i will bet it will not be over 90 days. Probably more like 30 days.


SQL evaluation editions are 180 days.



Thats why I Quoted "The site will tell you how long the evaluation copy last "



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Gail
Although its an old thread but i don't see an option when I install with my SQL 2005 32 bit installer,to make it 64 bit.
it plainly installs 32 bit sql, no options for 64 bit??

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Hi all
I have been using SQL server 2005 Standard (32-bit).
I am planning to upgrade to 64 bit. But unfortunately I cant find a download link for SQl server 2005 Standard (64 bit). If any one knows the microsoft link, it would be a great help. Thanks a million.AD


No download needed, you can install it from the same disks you installed the 32-bit edition from. The licence is for SQL 2005 Standard edition, not specifically for 32-bit or 64-bit. You can install either.


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For SQL 2005 version, the media is different for 32 bit and 64 bit. The same media does not work like SQL 2008 and above versions.
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adas-768309 (7/18/2011)
Hi all
I have been using SQL server 2005 Standard (32-bit).
I am planning to upgrade to 64 bit. But unfortunately I cant find a download link for SQl server 2005 Standard (64 bit). If any one knows the microsoft link, it would be a great help. Thanks a million.

AD


Out of curiosity, why would you want to install an outdated, unsupported and potentially unsecure version of SQL Server instead of a current fully supported and secure version?
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Please note: 4 year old thread.


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GilaMonster (1/10/2016)
Please note: 4 year old thread.

Thanks Gail, I totally missed that fact

Thought the question was kind of odd but at that point there wasn't enough caffeine in the system.
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Thank you so much for your kind response. Yes, the thread was OLD.
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Hi all
I have been using SQL server 2005 Standard (32-bit).
I am planning to upgrade to 64 bit. But unfortunately I cant find a download link for SQl server 2005 Standard (64 bit). If any one knows the microsoft link, it would be a great help. Thanks a million.

AD


Out of curiosity, why would you want to install an outdated, unsupported and potentially unsecure version of SQL Server instead of a current fully supported and secure version?


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