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SQL Server Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft.

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Mar
7
comment Can virtualbox run on windows server 2008 r2
@tonyroth Please tell me what doesn't make sense. I thought my question quite clear. I'll clarify if need be. But it seems like ftiaronsem understood it perfectly.
Mar
7
comment Can virtualbox run on windows server 2008 r2
@womble I find it best practice not to work haphazardly with OS and virtual environment installs.
Mar
7
accepted Can virtualbox run on windows server 2008 r2
Mar
6
asked Can virtualbox run on windows server 2008 r2
Jan
18
awarded  Editor
Jan
4
accepted Creating Domain Side Effects
Dec
2
comment Creating Domain Side Effects
When would the machine stop looking for domain credentials? In other words, say my DC goes away and I no longer want to keep seeing that I can still attempt to log into this now-nonexistent domain, how does that work? Make sense?
Dec
2
accepted Windows Server 64 bit on a 32 bit Machine
Dec
2
comment Creating Domain Side Effects
@jscott because I want to be able to log into the workstations as domain users.
Dec
2
asked Creating Domain Side Effects
Nov
18
comment Can't connect to a MSSQL server - “the server is not available”
@JonEgerton I think Database Administrators SE (dba.stackexchange.com) is a better resource for this sort of question.
Nov
18
answered Can't connect to a MSSQL server - “the server is not available”
Nov
11
comment Windows Server 64 bit on a 32 bit Machine
@Top__Hat I can get Windows Server 2008. So you're saying I can run that on 32the bit machine then??
Nov
11
awarded  Commentator
Nov
11
comment Windows Server 64 bit on a 32 bit Machine
@warren I am pushing this out to a desktop pc that is 32the bit. Just for learning/development and I wanted Windows Server to be the OS.
Nov
11
comment Windows Server 64 bit on a 32 bit Machine
I am getting this through dreamspark and the minimum system requirements have specs for 32 bit systems as well. Why would that be??
Nov
11
asked Windows Server 64 bit on a 32 bit Machine
Nov
10
accepted Windows Server 2008 for Development Environment
Nov
9
comment SQL Server database connections being dropped intermittently
Why MSDTC?? I'd look directly towards the database for direct errors or something along those lines. The timeout for your instance in that one environment could be shorter, causing it to happen faster. Hard telling, but it looks like SQL Server is shutting down the connection before you want it to.
Nov
9
comment SQL Server database connections being dropped intermittently
Why the votes to close?? I think this is a code issue, not a database engine one.