VMware Virtualcenter 2.5 Databse compatible with SQL 2005?

Posted on 2008-10-03
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I have a Vmware Virtual Center management console server running version 2.0 connected to a MS SQL 2000 database.

I would like to upgrade this to version 2.5. My question is, can I also move the database to a server running SQL 2005? What do the steps look like?
Question by:vg30e
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HeinoSkov earned 2000 total points
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Yes it supports SQL 2005 and heres a guide for ya:


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