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Due to a bug i haven’t anticipated, a whole load of users with non English SSMS couldn’t install the latest SSMS Tools Pack 1.7. The SSMS Tools Pack 18.104.22.168 fixes this as well as 1 other major bug that was reported and 3 smaller ones. The feature list hasn’t changed. ...
So I got into Seattle around 2:00 pm and found out that there was a gentleman behind me who is also going to his first PASS Summit. He had never known that there was an Edmonton PASS chapter so I was quick to fill him in and I think ...
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