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upgrading SQL 7 to SQL 2000

Postby Peter Milza » Mon, 19 Jan 2004 07:27:35 GMT

Hi,

I trying to find information on doing an unattended upgrade of SQL 7 SP4 to SQL 2000?  I've only come across documentation in BOL and the web on recording and using an.iss file to perform an initial installation.  We deployed SQL 7 hands free using the method documented in BOL to over 300 servers in our environment and are now looking (finally) to upgrade.  Any thoughts or help you could provide would be greatly appreciated

 

thanks, 

pete


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