I recenlty upgraded one of my servers to SQL Server 2008 R2. On my other servers is 32 bit SQL Server 2008. If I go into a database and right click on any table and select Edit Top 200 rows I get a message "Cannot load file or assembly Microsoft.SqlServer.sqm, version = 10.0.0...."
Once I click OK I do see the data but is this warning something I ahve to live with now that I have a 32 bit SQL lookikng at a 64 bit SQL or is there a way to correct this?
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