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Upgrading from SQL Server Evaluation Edition

This article will provide you with a step-by-step set of instructions on how to upgrade a SQL Server 2012 or 2014 evaluation edition to an Enterprise edition. Similar steps can be used to upgrade to any other licensed editions, Developer, Standard or Enterprise. Long story short, changing an edition from an evaluation version to another one does […]

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HOW TO: Determine SQL Server Evaluation Period

Today, I want to talk about how you can determine if you using an evaluation copy of SQL server and also how to determine when that period is over, before you get the pop warning listed below: If you are like me, you are constantly building systems and then tearing them down for testing. In […]

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Creating the Start Menu for Windows 8 or Server 2012

In my last post, I talked about finding the Start Menu in Windows Server 2012 (formerly code name Windows Server 8) since it was a very quick visual difference between previous versions of Windows. It takes some time adjusting to the new direction with the Metro UI, but it can be done. I highly recommend that you […]

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Finding The Start Menu In Windows Server 2012

UPDATE: Most people have been upset with the new Start Menu because of the inability to quickly logoff, shutdown or restart the system. This article will show you how to get around that by creating a PowerShell script to create tiles. As I stated in my last post, I am going to do a series […]

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