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what are the differences between Standard Edition SQL Server 2008 and Standard Edition SQL Server 2008 R2? is it just backup compression? or any other key improvements?
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Backup compression has been in 2008 since pre-R2.
R2 adds very little to the database engine http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb510411.aspx
Most of the changes were around the value-add periphery from the previous expert's link.
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