Microsoft trims support for SQL Server 2005

Thursday Nov 2nd 2006 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Decision seen as a means to move people off of older databases.

[From InfoWorld]

Microsoft Corp. will only support SQL Server 2005 running Service Pack 2 on its upcoming Vista and Longhorn server operating systems, a move that an analyst said isn't surprising, but shouldn't have a dramatic effect on administrators.

Microsoft suggested in an advisory posted Sept. 27 that customers running SQL Server 2000 and earlier versions, such as 7.0 and 6.5, should move to its newest release, SQL Server 2005.

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