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It’s been a busy week and I haven’t been able to put the time in to picking the winner for the MSDN Ultimate Subscription contest I was running through July 31st. I know I suck. Tonight during a client’s SQL Server 2008 migration I took a couple ...
Yesterday on one of the Production SQL Server 2005 instance, the binaries of Client Components went missing all of the sudden. No SSMS, no OSQL. The front end application did a lot of batch processing using osql.exe. This way the issue with client components of SQL Server caused downtime ...
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