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Old October 14th, 2011, 07:38 AM
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Thanks for your kind reply.

one more question, where your long hair have gone? I loved those.
 
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What? Not sure what you're talking about....

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this is neither any technical question nor related to your book. I asked just like that. Earlier you used to have long head hair, but now I don't see those. You looked smart with those long hair, see ebook cover of Beginning Asp.Net 3.5...
 
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And what are you comparing it with then? I still have long hair....
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with nothing. I think you have changed hair style, a little non-pleasant. (I saw your image on asp.net forum and your favicon at your site). But the earlier hair style (as on ecover of 3.5...) is too good.
Any way we all programmers (at least me) love you, and respect you...
 
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It's still long.... ;-)

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I expected you will scold me now for such posts. But you still replied gently. Yeah it's still long but not a pleasant hair style as it used to be.
 
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ok before you ban me I wanna ask some relevant question.
I have SQL Server Configuration Manager, Error and Usage Reporting, Installation Center installed on system. The only thing that I need is Management Studio. Do I need to download the 2008 R2 32 bit?
 
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It feels like we're stuck in a loop. Yes, in order to get the SQL Server 2008 R2 Management Studio Express Edition to manage a SQL Server Express database on a 32 Bit version of Windows, download the 32 Bits version of SQL Server with the tools as linked to on the second link you posted.

Alternatively, and much much easier, as explained in Chapter 1, download the Web Platform Installer and let the tool figure out what you need: http://www.microsoft.com/web/downloads/platform.aspx.

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Thumbs up SQL server 2008 express management tools

Imar,

Really enjoyed the ASP Beginners book, got all the code done.
I had lots of trouble getting a SQL Server 2008 management tools to load up when i tried to test/migrate it live somewhere.

3 days, yuk, finally used this.

SQL Server 2008 express managar with Tools..
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/downl....aspx?id=22973

Worked like a charm finally, now I goota play with the DB connections... Thanks




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