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Upgrate SQL MSDE 2000 to SQL 2000 enterprise edition

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Hi All,
We are currently running a Microsoft SQL 2000 based  application, the db is MSDE 2000 release A that has synchronization with another MSDE 2000 remotely on a different location.(we managed to do that few years ago by installing only the enterprise manager of SQL 2000).
my question is:
can i uprate from the MSDE to 2000 enterprise without reconfigure the synchronization ? we would like to perform an uprate that will keep all the synchronization configuration.
thank you
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You should first backup the configuration just in case.  I think you can but, this is an older version of SQL server.
Are you talking about replication?
make sure you have a copy of the create scripts as well if you do not have it already.
You can never be too cautious.
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