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Yes, me too worng....

The correct answer is none. As though resource database is readonly we can move it along with master.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms345408.aspx


In SQL Server 2008, the Resource database cannot be moved, Your provided link clearly states that.:-D

Unfortunately, your question didn't ;-)

Reading is fundamental. I already stated in a previous post in this thread that I had omitted the version, and that was my bad, but the answer is correct for SQL 2008. :-D

da-zero was simply pointing out the obvious irony. There's no need to be a dick about it ":-D"



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That was way out of line Paul. I was not being any such thing at all. I just said that I had already stated that previously and for the person to simply read it. Who is really being the d*** here? :-)

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To conclude: I really was pointing out the obvious irony :-)


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That was way out of line Paul. I was not being any such thing at all. I just said that I had already stated that previously and for the person to simply read it. Who is really being the d*** here? :-)

Out of line?
http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Don't_be_a_dick



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Ok guys, don't make me call your mother on this!
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