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Can WSUS use MSDE 2000 as its database?

Posted on 2007-08-03
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Last Modified: 2013-11-05
Hello all,

I'm trying to setup a server with WSUS.  The current server already has MSDE 2000 already installed.  Can WSUS be setup to use this database or should I let it install the sql 2005 embedded edition that it does by default?
Question by:ozzalot
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merowinger earned 200 total points
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yes here's a nice table...(its german but u can see the marks) :)


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Great thanks for the link and the reply.

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