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MSSQL 2005 RTM and SP2


MSSQL 2005 RTM and SP2

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Which is upgraded product??
RTM or SP2???

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Currently i am using MSSQL 2005 in which i have given the permission to the different database users..

Now I wanted to install MSSQL 2008... doubt is here that if i restore a databases in MSSQL 2008 then can i use the permission which i set previouse in MSSQL 2005 version??????

or do i need to set the permission again???

Which is the good service pack in MSSQL 2008????

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You need to recreate the users on the new server, but then the permissions on the db level should work.

Build list :

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/SQL+Server+2008/63491/
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can you please tell me how to recreate the database users on server...

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Script them from 2005 and run the script on 2008.

Google not working??
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pallavi.unde (12/15/2011)
can you please tell me how to recreate the database users on server...


Ninja's_RGR'us (12/15/2011)

Google not working??


Nice one Ninja :-D

However, if you are still not able to find it on google, check this:

How to transfer the logins and the passwords between instances of SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2008



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