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How to disable intellisense in SQL 2008 permanently


How to disable intellisense in SQL 2008 permanently

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HI,

I want to disable intellisense in SQL server 2008 permanently for SQL client by script.

Note : I do not want disable it by using the IDE.

Ones disabled, only the Administrator should enable it. Client should not be given option to enalbe.


Kindly give your suggestions


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If you deny select on the system objects to the accounts that aren't supposed to have intellisense, that should do it. It depends on the ability to select from the system schema views (sys.all_objects, sys.columns, and so on), if I'm not mistaken.

Try that, see how it goes.

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HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Tools\Shell\Languages\Language Services\SQL

CodeSense = 0



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It appears that in Options->Text Editors->XAML, the Intellisense section is section is unavailable (grayed out). We open documents in Full XAML View, and don't use any third party enhancements.

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Check this article, this might help you

http://sql-articles.com/articles/dba/intellisence-sql-server-2008

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Here is the solution you are looking for you,
http://sqlserver.ro/blogs/cristians_blog/archive/2007/11/20/turning-off-intellisense-in-sql-server-2008-ctp5.aspx
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battula.praveen (3/29/2010)
Here is the solution you are looking for you[/url]

I posted the same thing three posts before you.



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Sorry, didn't look at your second post. That was my mistake. Please don't consider it.

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From SSMS
Tools>Options>Text Editor>Transact SQL>Intellisense> Enable/Disable
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tony.price.uk (11/29/2012)
From SSMS
Tools>Options>Text Editor>Transact SQL>Intellisense> Enable/Disable

This works, of course, but it doesn't address the requirement in the first post.



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