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SQL Express 2012 with tools

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I just downloaded the SQL Server Express 2012 with tools. It was a 686MB file called:
SQLEXPRWT_x64_ENU.exe

Does that contain all we need to install it on a 64-bit server (windows server 2008), (the server is not connected to the internet and if I don't get the whole installation at once, it is a big pain).

So I'm wondering if everything I'll need is there (I'm cannot execute it past the "extracting files" step on my machine that IS connected to the internet, so I can't tell).

Any help would be appreciated.
Rob
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robsindle (4/18/2012)
I just downloaded the SQL Server Express 2012 with tools. It was a 686MB file called:
SQLEXPRWT_x64_ENU.exe

Does that contain all we need to install it on a 64-bit server (windows server 2008), (the server is not connected to the internet and if I don't get the whole installation at once, it is a big pain).

So I'm wondering if everything I'll need is there (I'm cannot execute it past the "extracting files" step on my machine that IS connected to the internet, so I can't tell).

Any help would be appreciated.
Rob


It depends. What is "all we need"? What do you need?


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The prereqs to installing (DOT NET, I think, before Sql Server).
Then, there are a couple of pre-reqs for Management Studio.

This has bitten us before on these "disconnected servers."

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Rob
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I'd probably recommend you install .NET will all service packs and patches and Visual Studio will all service packs and patches.

Although my edition was the 64-bit Business Intelligence version I'm almost sure that the pre-reqs for Visual Studio and .NET are the same.

Not installing the Service Pack for VS2010 caught me out.

Good luck!

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Follow this link. It is comprehensive and to the point.

http://hodentek.blogspot.com/2012/04/installing-sql-server-express-2012-and.html

Installing SQL Server Express 2012 and managing the LocalDB
This article discusses in detail with a number of screen shots the installing of SQL Server Express 2012 with tools (x64) on a Toshiba Satellite P775 Laptop computer (x64 bit). The article goes on to describe how to manage LocalDB using the SQLLOCALDB utility.
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