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Upgrade SQL server 05 to 08R2


Upgrade SQL server 05 to 08R2

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Hi All,
I have upgrade the sql server 2005 to 2008R2 successfully but still it showing the Management studio in startup menu but not able to connect SQL server. So let me know shall i uninstall the services of SQL SERVER 2005???

Thanks in advance.


Satish
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Hi,


Check if SQL Services are up and running post upgrade

check if you were able to login to the SQL Server using SA account

If the upgrade is successful then see if there is a permission issue [ permissions to connect to SQL might have missed out for individual users ]
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Hi Rama,
I am able to connect SQL SERVER 2008R2 through SA but SQL SERVER 2005 is not connecting.

All services and SQL DB are in good condition.

Satish
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Hi Rama,
As per customer request i have upgraded SQL 2005 to 2008 Developer edition then i done Edition Up-gradation successfully. I have small query need to uninstall services of SQL 2005???

Satish
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saidapurs (1/5/2013)
Hi All,
I have upgrade the sql server 2005 to 2008R2 successfully but still it showing the Management studio in startup menu but not able to connect SQL server. So let me know shall i uninstall the services of SQL SERVER 2005???

Thanks in advance.


Satish


It seems like you did an in-place upgrade from 2005 to 2008r2, so, why are you trying to connect to 2005 again?

SueTons.

Regards,
SQLisAwe5oMe.
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Hi,
Because tomorrow any one came try to connect SQL DB get error, so i have checking whether need to uninstall SQL 2005.

Satish
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Hi Satish,

To clear your doubt, Whenever SQL Server is upgraded to a higher version it means that the Database Engine gets upgraded to new version.

From the user point of view nothing gets changed but only the version of the SQL Server. If anyone has a question on why they were not able to connect to SQL 2005 you can tell that the version has now upgraded to SQL 2008. And they will have the same level of access that they have in the earlier versions.


Hope this clarifies your doubt

Note: As a check ask your application users to try connecting to the SQL server. They shouldn't have any problems.
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