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Thanks for the question.



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The following operations cannot be performed on the model database:
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Setting the primary filegroup to READ_ONLY.


Damn you MSDN!




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The following operations cannot be performed on the model database:
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Setting the primary filegroup to READ_ONLY.


Damn you MSDN!


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I also got it wrong after reading MSDN .
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Koen Verbeeck (2/17/2014)

The following operations cannot be performed on the model database:
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Setting the primary filegroup to READ_ONLY.


Damn you MSDN!

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Just a simple & basic info to share: "if you changed the model database to Read-Only mode; then any newly created database will be in Read-Only mode by default".
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Hany Helmy (2/18/2014)
Just a simple & basic info to share: "if you changed the model database to Read-Only mode; then any newly created database will be in Read-Only mode by default".


That must be useful. Empty databases on read-only mode.




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Hany Helmy (2/18/2014)
Just a simple & basic info to share: "if you changed the model database to Read-Only mode; then any newly created database will be in Read-Only mode by default".


really useful....


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Just a simple & basic info to share: "if you changed the model database to Read-Only mode; then any newly created database will be in Read-Only mode by default".


That must be useful. Empty databases on read-only mode.

Very useful - a database guaranteed to contain no corrupt data as long as no-one with enough privileges changes its state.


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