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SQL Server 2005, Windows Vista and Office 2007 Compatibility


SQL Server 2005, Windows Vista and Office 2007 Compatibility

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I think you got it wrong. Isn't the right question "Which version of Windows Vista is compatible with SQL 2005?"

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I'm lost, I chose SQL Server 2005 SP2, but it tells me it's wrong, and the correct answer is SQL Server 2005 RTM. But the explanation and the links all said SP2, not RTM

Correct answer: SQL Server 2005 RTM
Explanation: SQL Server Service Pack 2 or greater is needed to be fully compatible with Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007.

Ref: SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 2 Web Site - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sqlserver/bb426877.aspx




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dear friend,

you need to update your knowledge properly and after cross check it, you should submit your questions.

Plz don't mind but you are makeing the things confuse.

reff:

http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2007/Feb07/02-19SQLSP2PR.mspx
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I am totally confused.

The explanation for the answer says that SQL Server 2005 SP2 or greater is required to be fully compatible with vista and office.

But the correct answer seems to be SQL Server 2005 RTM.

Can anybody detail more on this?BigGrin
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I think SQL Server SP2 is the right answer.

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?? Correct answer: SQL Server 2005 RTM
Explanation: SQL Server Service Pack 2 or greater is needed to be fully compatible with Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007.


I chose SP 2 as well in the mistaken belief Microsoft are right.
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Glad I'm not the only one who doesn't understad it???
Have a nice day

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Weird.
Correct answer: SQL Server 2005 RTM
Explanation: SQL Server Service Pack 2 or greater is needed to be fully compatible with Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007.

Doh! Pass the six pack.



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Correct answer: SQL Server 2005 RTM
Explanation: SQL Server Service Pack 2 or greater is needed to be fully compatible with Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007.

This makes no sense. Please can the questioners take more care before submitting questions, as there seem to have been a few debatable answers lately. Whilst its good to get the forum busy to increase knowledge, it doesn't help to confuse people.

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