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Adventure Works DW 2008R2

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Hi all,

I am working through Bill Pearson's tutorial Stairway to MDX - STEP 1: Getting Started with MDX.
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Stairway+Series/71867/

I downloaded and installed AdventureWorks2008_SR4.exe
http://msftdbprodsamples.codeplex.com/releases/view/37109

I see many databases added including AdventureWorksDW2008
But I do not see Adventure Works DW 2008R2 as Bill shows in his screen shot

I searched my c:\ for advent* and came back with many hits, but not Adventure Works DW 2008R2

Is this available as a separate download?
Did I miss something?

Thanks,
w
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You downloaded the SQL 2008 version, which is different from the 2008 R2 version.
You can find the R2 download here:

http://msftdbprodsamples.codeplex.com/releases/view/55926


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Hi,

I'm trying to Install the Adventure Works DW 2008R2 and It says it a fatal Error and it cannot install it My system is Windows 7 and 64 bit , please help.

Thanks in Advance.
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abhilasha.yera 97854 (8/28/2012)
Hi,

I'm trying to Install the Adventure Works DW 2008R2 and It says it a fatal Error and it cannot install it My system is Windows 7 and 64 bit , please help.

Thanks in Advance.


How did you try to install it?
Using the attach command, or through a wizard?


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Hi,

through an exe file.
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So I guess the wizard.
Do you have a default instance, or only named instances?


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i think its my system authentication which is windows autentication
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No, that shouldn't be a problem.


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