SQl 7.0 EE on NT 2000 Advanced Server

SQl 7.0 EE on NT 2000 Advanced Server

Post by Shan » Wed, 28 Aug 2002 01:31:54



I understand SQL 7.0 Enterprise Edition requires NT 4.0 Enterprise Edition.
However can SQL 7.EE
be installed fresh on NT 2000 Advance Server?

thanks
Shane

 
 
 

SQl 7.0 EE on NT 2000 Advanced Server

Post by Dinesh.T.K » Wed, 28 Aug 2002 01:33:22


Shane,

Yes... as mentioned in
http://microsoft.com/sql/evaluation/overview/70/datasheet.asp

Dinesh
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Quote:

> I understand SQL 7.0 Enterprise Edition requires NT 4.0 Enterprise
Edition.
> However can SQL 7.EE
> be installed fresh on NT 2000 Advance Server?

> thanks
> Shane


 
 
 

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