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Danny Gould-360568
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The application will run on any OS that supports the .NET Framework 2.0. This includes Windows 2000, 2003, XP, and Vista.

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Thanks for the great app and resource page!

Any idea why some of my SQL Server 2005 DB's show up grey? They are online and I can query them via Management Studio, but SQL Internals Viewer won't pull up any info on them.

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Shane


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I am seeing the "gray" databases as well. One of them is in SQL 2000 (80) compatibility mode and the others used to be but have been changed to SQL 2005 compatibility.

I am also looking forward to the multi-file support.

Many thanks Danny!!

Bryant E. Byrd, BSSE MCDBA MCAD
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The reason some of my DB's we're greyed out is because they contain multiple files, which the app doesn't support yet.
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Thanks Shane! I forgot that I had created some multi-file databases on my development server in preparation for a move to our new production server.

Bryant E. Byrd, BSSE MCDBA MCAD
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