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Does uninstall of SQL 2008 Named instance prompt for reboot?

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Hello there,

Does uninstall of SQL 2008 Named instance prompt for reboot? I need o uninstall 3 x Named instances in Production SQL server, my question is does this prompt reboot of the server?

Please advise.

Thanks and Regards
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Please advise.
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Please advise.
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Can some one please assist?
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Please assist.
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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from what I know, a reboot is not prompted for, but may be needed to complete the "cleanup" of the nt services entries, which you should do at the end of the 3 uninstalls
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It does not prompt for a reboot.

You can hold of a reboot until next maintenance window, or patch window.

Reards Marten
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Is it 100 percent sure, will it not asked for reboot? Please advise.
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It will NOT require a reboot, as I have told you above.

To see the steps, look at: http://www.mytechmantra.com/LearnSQLServer/Uninstalling_SQL_Server_2008_P1.html

Regards Marten
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