In this short series of posts, I am going to be covering the installation of Microsoft SQL Server 2017; the installation process for this version is somewhat different to previous ones, in that SQL Server Management Studio and SQL Server Reporting Services have been separated out from the main installer.
The series index can be found here. I am not a SQL expert and this series of posts is intended only for use on demo or test environment and not production ones.
The next component to be installed, is SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). This was the first of the components which Microsoft removed from the main installer. However, to install it, we can launch the download page from the Setup utility.
Once launched, click Installation and then select Install SQL Server Management Tools:
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With a new version of Microsoft Dynamics GP about to be released, it’s time to refresh my test environment; as well as the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018, Microsoft SQL Server 2017 is also now available.
In this short series of posts, I am going to cover the installation of the SQL Server components needed for an installation of a demo/test Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 (not including SSAS or SSIS).
I am not a SQL expert and this series of posts is intended only for use on demo or test environments and not production ones.
This is a short series of posts on how to install Microsoft SQL Server 2016; the series index can be found here.
In previous versions of Microsoft SQL Server, SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) was always part of the standard install, but it seems this has changed with SQL Server 2016.
Instead SSMS is now available as a separate download. I’d recommend downloading the GA rather than any release candidate which might be available:
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