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SQL server 2000 on windows server 2008 x64


SQL server 2000 on windows server 2008 x64

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Has anyone tried to install sql server 2000 on a windows server 2008 x64? What problems have you encountered?

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You can install and use SQL 2000 on Windows 2008, however, it is not recommended and some features does not work as straight as on Windows 2000/2003. Read the following article.

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/winservergen/thread/610e1ef0-6332-420f-9d80-28d9fdd54b5b/

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I'm installing it right now as a test for something. Don't plan on using it for production and it's recommended that you don't.

The only issue I've hit so far is that I can install up to SP4, but I can't patch it to 2273 like I want.

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Please update this if you find any issues. It would be good to know if there is anything else you find, other than what Jason noted.

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Something else I've run into so far.

There was already a default instance of SQL 2008 on the server that I installed SQL 2000 Enterprise on.

Because of this, there are some connectivity issues that I may be missing. When trying to get to the new 2000 instance from another machine, the only way I can get to it is by servername\instancename,port. I may be forgetting another setting that I haven't messed with before, but that's what I've found so far. I'll continue to update as I find stuff.

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Were you able to ever successfully install SSRS 2K on a 2008R2 Server? I am in the midst of this and have everything migrated with the exception of starting the Service and building the IIS Application Role. I may be stuck with this issue and 2003 server as a backup simply for reporting services.
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