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Installing BIDS 2005 and SSMS 2005 on Windows 8


Installing BIDS 2005 and SSMS 2005 on Windows 8

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I know Windows 8 doesn't support SQL 2005, but has anyone tried to install BIDS 2005 or SSMS 2005 on Windows 8? I'm about to install Windows 8 on my laptop, but given I still maintain a SQL 2005 server I wasn't sure if this would be a problem since 'unsupported' doesn't always mean it won't work.

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Regarding SSMS: you can install SSMS 2012 and still manage your 2005 server with it.



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Koen Verbeeck (10/30/2012)
Regarding SSMS: you can install SSMS 2012 and still manage your 2005 server with it.


This I know, but I have to build SSIS scripts and SSRS reports for a SQL 2005 server which is why I need BIDS from SQL 2005 installed. As far as I know BIDS for each version of SQL isn't backwards compatible with a 'Save As' option to save SSIS scripts or reports to prior versions... would've been nice, but since we still run SQL 2005 and 2008 servers I still have to keep each version installed.

I'm looking at installing Windows 8 on my laptop and given SQL 2005 isn't supported on Win 8 I didn't know if this was just MS saying they wouldn't support any problems that may arise even though it may work fine, or if it just flat out doesn't work.
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If it doesn't work, can you set up a VM on the laptop with a prior version of Windows on the VM? Kind of the ultime in backwards compatibility.

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