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Can I have SQL Server 2005 Client Tools and SQL Server 2008 Client Tools on the same workstation

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Can I have SQL Server 2005 Client Tools and SQL Server 2008 Client Tools on the same workstation.  Especially the SSIS tool set.
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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sure , in 2008 it is ssms.exe , in 2005  it is  sqlwb.exe
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yes you can ..
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Yes you can have it installed not only the client but also the servers. Hope it helps.
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Thank you ever so much!

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Hope you didnt see my post :)
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