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Service Pack 2 Uninstall Not Possible for SQL Server 2005

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You probably already know that SQL Server 2005 SP2 has been released. This is a good thing if you are in need of one of the changes that are included in this service pack. In a previous tip, SQL Server 2005 - Service Pack 2, we took a look at what was to be included in this second service pack for SQL Server 2005. The question that you often face is should I install this service pack. One thing to note before you install SP2 is that there is no way to uninstall it once it is installed.

2009-07-14

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Basic Server Reporting Functionality in SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

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In the recent installments of our series dedicated to the most prominent features of SQL Server 2005 Express Edition, we have started an overview of its reporting capabilities. This article focuses on elementary methods you can employ to generate custom reports.

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2009-06-08

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LOGON Trigger Count

I have the need in SQL Server 2022 to create a complex set of checks for logins. I want to use Longon triggers, but I'd like to separate out logic. How many Logon Triggers can I create?

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