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SQL Server 2008 Backup


SQL Server 2008 Backup

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Happy to see that Backup Compression has trickled down from Enterprise to Standard with SQL Server 2008 R2.

Features Supported by the Editions of SQL Server 2008 R2
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc645993(SQL.105).aspx
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This QotD and Andreas'reply were a great tip.

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It should work ! What's the deal ?

Anyway, My wishes to all for Happy New Year - 2010.

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Nice question.
I second Andreas' post.
I was begining to feel standard edition was being forgotten (many of my clients use standard edition, being small to medium enterprises)

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Have never had an experience wif this but I took a guess that this shouldn't be a problem and I was right.

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Oh great... Now I have to learn about more updates to SQL Server 2008 R2... just when I almost had a grip on the current version features :-D

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nice question... +1... can anyone explain difference between sql server 2008 standard edition and sql server 2008 enterprise edition....????





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