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SQL 2005 Developer Edition Set To Expire

Postby bongo » Sun, 15 Oct 2006 06:29:20 GMT

Some months ago I installed SQL 2005 Developer Edition after my
Evaluation Edition expired. Just noticed today that SQL Management
Studio and SSIS are showing that they expire in 3 days, and I fear I
wil be locked out of my database. I've tried running my Developer
Edition install again for SSIS and client tools, and cannot complete
this, receiving a message that version already installed is more
current that version attempting to be installed.

Any thoughts about what I can do to rectify this before my current
install expires? How do I preserve the existing database I am working
with?


Re: SQL 2005 Developer Edition Set To Expire

Postby Eric Chen » Sun, 15 Oct 2006 23:15:13 GMT

backup all databases, including all system databases. you can try to retore 
these db when you have new liscens






Re: SQL 2005 Developer Edition Set To Expire

Postby bongo » Mon, 16 Oct 2006 21:28:32 GMT

Thanks for the reply Eric. If I need to go the route of a complete
reinstall, I will be sure to do a complete backup first.

I do have a valid, licensed SQL 2005 Developer Edition installed
however. What I am trying to avoid is a complete reinstall. Where I see
an expiration notice is in SQL Server Management Studio, and when I run
SSIS jobs from within Visual Studio. Is there a way I can uninstall and
reinstall these components only, before I completely reinstall the SQL
Server itself (thus avoiding having to backup and restore my
databases)? Or alternatively, is there a way I can reinstall the
license key for this installation before it expires?








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