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I have SQL Server 2008 Std SP1 installed on my Windows 2003 R2 (64)Server.  I created a named instance called Act7 and attempted to install Act 2011 Premium.  But, Act is looking for SQL Server 2008 R2.

Is this a reqt or am I doing something wrong?
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The system requirements state Service Pack 2:
http://www.act.com/products/system/2011/premium/

But all the relevant knowledge base articles now state R2
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Mike-
I was able to install SQL Express 2008 R2 next to SQL 2008 Standard (keeping fingers crossed that it works as stated).

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