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Question Unable to find "Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio"


First of all I like to say I love the book even though there has been some glaring errors in the book and missing signs in the PDF format.

I'm now at chapter 14 page 432 where I'm supposed to start "Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio".
I have searched through all the program files folders as well as trying to locate the ssms.exe manually but it doesn't seem to exist.
I'm currenty running Visual Studio 2013 Professional and have all the options installed as shown in Chapter 1.

Anyone else had any issues finding this?
I'm now trying to download it manually from:
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/downl....aspx?id=42299 which will hopefully work.

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Downloading and installing Microsoft® SQL Server® 2014 Express with the option MgmtStudio 64BIT\SQLManagementStudio_x64_ENU.exe worked out for me.
When I started Microsoft SQL Management Studio I was asked for a server name and had some issues figuring out what server name to use.
I took a screenshot with some details in case someone else run into the same issues.

Last edited by Cryotic; December 14th, 2014 at 04:17 AM.. Reason: Solved the problem

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