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WSUS and SQL 2008 R2

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Is WSUS 3.0 SP2 supported on  SQL 2008 R2 Ent? Please proivde a link that hints this.
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by:Donald Stewart
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Not sure how this answers my query...
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by:Donald Stewart
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Really ? The author of the blog migrated his WSUS database to SQL 2008...that would count as being supported : )
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I am trying to find out about SQL 2008 "R2"
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by:Donald Stewart
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May I ask your reason for not using the "Windows Internal Database" ?
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We have a clustered env. and want to place all sql related stuff there vs having multiple instances layign around all over? Is that fair?
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http:#a34085897 fully answers the question here.
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Following an Objection by dstewartjr, and after Moderator review, there seems to be at least one valid solution. Implementing recommendation of the contributing Expert(s).

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