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    Unanswered: Installing SQL 6.5 and 2000 client utilities on the same machine

    Can I install the client utilities for Microsoft SQL versions 6.5 and 2000 in the same machine?

    Please, provide me with any information or links in this matter.
    jaraba

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    I believe you have to install 6.5 first, then 2k/7 client

    The other way around won't work....
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    You probably can, although I've never tried. If you have the Client Utilities for SQL-2000, you really don't need the utilities for 6.5 because you can manage a 6.5 server using the 2000 tools.

    -PatP

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    You sure about that?
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    I guess I haven't tried recently, but I think that you can as long as you are running sp6 or later on the 6.5 server... I don't have any 6.5 servers running anymore to verify that though.

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    Lucky you...

    I think I got 1 lion around I can check.....
    Last edited by Brett Kaiser; 08-24-04 at 13:55.
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