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Okay, the $5,000,0000 question. Will there be a parallel set of patches/service packs for regular SQL 2008 vs. R2, i.e. 10.0.xxxx vs. 10.5.xxxx and any word for how long the original 2008 will be supported if we have no urgent need to upgrade to R2?

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There should be parallel patches. The first CU for R2 seems to include mostly items that are already in CUs for the SQL 2008 RTM.

This is a separate product, as in a codebase that has evolved from the 2008 base.

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i think Microsoft's official support policy is 7 years of regular support and 2 years of extended support which is security updates
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I didn't get the package myself, but there should be some documentation in there. The SNAC is for clients, and perhaps there's an issue with clients that connect to a CU3 system at some level.

I'm guessing there's some SAP specific issue, and a Master Data Services issue as well. Not sure about the other thing.

Did you read the README in the file?

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Hi,

The sp2 for sqlserver 2008 RTM (IA64\x64\x86) was released on 9/29/2010.
Version no will be 10.0.4000

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=8fbfc1de-d25e-4790-88b5-7dda1f1d4e17


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Hi. Does anyone happen to have SQLServer2008R2_RTM_CU3_2261464_10_50_1734_x64.
Seams like MS removed just the x64 version.
(The version i need ofc)
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I am looking for SQLServer2008R2_RTM_CU3_2261464_10_50_1734_x64 as well. was it pulled for some reason? does anyone know?
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Please don't post questions about SQL Server 2008 R2 in this thread. That is a separate product and has completely separate patches.

There is a build list here for SQL Server 2008 R2: http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/SQL+Server+2008+R2/70092/

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