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Which Microsoft MSDN Package Is The One I need?

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I need Visual Studio for C# and SQL Server 2008 thru the latest plus Operating Systems for workstations and servers.

There used to be an MSDN Subscription for developers that would allow you development copies of all of those pieces of software.

They have named it something else and the offerings are confusing.

Could someone recommend the correct purchase for me?  It's about $1000 and I don't want to buy the wrong thing.

Thanks so much.

Jean
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Actually the new MAPS Technet will give you those pieces of software for about $500 bucks.

https://partner.microsoft.com/en-us/membership/action-pack
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Thank you --- this seems to be the best fit.  Has everything I use all the time.  I appreciate your post and the good information.
Jean
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The Action Pack will be the best fit for me and how I use the Microsoft development products.
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