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SQL server : Class does not support aggregation ?

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I get following "Class does not support aggregation ..." error while clicking "Open Table" in the "Object explorer" window of SQL Server Management studio.
What's the reason, how to fix this ?
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I would suggest you uninstall the Workstation components from your PC and run the repair tool (Control Panel>Add/Remove Programs>Microsoft .Net Framework>Change/Remove>Repair. You can then reinstall the Workstation components.

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