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Creating FileTable Using SQL Server Management Studio

Posted on 2014-02-07
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I activated FileStream but some reason I can get the "New FileTable" option when I right-click on the Tables folder in SSMS.  I am using SQL Server Management Studio.  I thought this option would show up once I activated and restarted the service.  Is there something else I need to do to get the "New FileTable" menu option to show up?

All I want to do is create a new filetable and then add some files to it.
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Did you Stop and Start the SQL Service?
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