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Weird Slipstream Observation with SQL Server 2008 R2, SP1, and a CU

Observations on slipstreaming RTM + SP + CU with SQL Server 2008 R2

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It’s Just Setup – Who Cares?

It’s just click Next, right?

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UPDATE – Combining Clustering and Log Shipping Bug

I’m out here at PASS this week and was in the CAT area. Cindy Gross (who works for MS and blogs here) hooked me up with someone who let me know that what I found back in May (where if you changed your path for install, things like log shipping wouldn’t work after failover) has been fixed. This is […]

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SQL Server 2008 SP1 & Slipstreamed Installations

As you may or may not know, with SQL Server 2008 you have the ability to patch installations before Setup. However, as of SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 1 (currently in CTP release), you can fully slipstream SP1 with the RTM installation media. This is good news for anyone configuring SQL Server. Bob Ward over […]

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