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Why 10.52.4000


Why 10.52.4000

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adeel.imtiaz
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Dear Gurus,


Why i am getting Version.

2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_Cpu32: Installed - Version: 10.50.1600.1
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1028: NotInstalled
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1031: NotInstalled
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1033: Installed - Version: 10.50.1600.1
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1036: NotInstalled
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1040: NotInstalled
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1041: NotInstalled
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1042: NotInstalled
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1046: NotInstalled
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1049: NotInstalled
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_2052: NotInstalled
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_3082: NotInstalled
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1053: NotInstalled
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID SqlSupport_Cpu32: MSI: Package version data are " Installed Version: 10.50.1600.1 MediaVersion: 10.52.4000.0"
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID SqlSupport_Cpu32: match result for MSI - Version: False, Cpu: True, Language: True
2013-09-17 17:38:42 Slp: Package ID SqlSupport_Cpu32: NotInstalled


PLEASE SEE IMAGE IN BELOW URL


[url=http://tinypic.com/r/r9hpnb/5][/url]



Your kind help will be highly appreciated.


Thanks
Adeel Imtiaz
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That's a very open question. What version were you expecting?
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Dear Beatrix Kiddo,

Thank you for your reply. Please note that the original version should be 10.50.4000 this version should be with SP2 .

I am totally confused that how my SQL Native Client get 10.52.4000 version ?

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Ok, well I can't see the image you've attached, but presumably you've applied a cumulative update or something like that?

What do you get when you do SELECT @@VERSION ?
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Please see the image with link below.

http://tinypic.com/r/ztbq04/5



(Please copy and paste in Browser)

Let me check the result with select command. i will share the results.
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Ok, so have you applied a cumulative update?

(I'm hoping somebody else will come along and be more helpful in a minute :-D.)
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I do not know it is cumulative update.

i have one server and client environment.

On client machine i have SQL Version = 10.52.4000

(Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Native Client)
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What I'm really trying to find out is why this is bothering you, when it happened, what has changed recently (i.e. have you applied any updates), etc. etc. Without the background information we can't tell you why you're on that version.
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In our application database server, the version of SQL 2008 R2 native client is 10.52.4000.0.

In client machine, the version of SQL 2008 R2 native client is 10.50.1600.1.

Do we need to install same version SQL 2008 R2 native client in database server and clients?
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