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An explicit DROP INDEX is not allowed on index

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I need to remove the PK, but the drop gives error. There should be a way to remove the PK, not?
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An explicit DROP INDEX is not allowed on index 'dbo.tblTracker.UniqTracker'. It is being used for PRIMARY KEY constraint enforcement.
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To remove a PK, it's usually..

alter table tbl drop constraint pk_name
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Thanks.
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