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Can you safely use SQL 2008 Management Studio/Tools against a SQL 2005 Database/Server?

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Can you safely use SQL 2008 Management Studio/Tools against a SQL 2005 Database/Server?
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absolutely.
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Not all. Intellisence for example, don't work if your are not using a SQL Server 2008 database.
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2005 features will work fine using 2008 management studio.
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