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SQL server 2008 standard Edition encryption using certificates

Does SQL server 2008 standard edition supports CREATE CERTIFICATE and CREATE MASTER KEY t-sql statements for encryption using certificates?

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asked Feb 06 '10 at 01:34 PM in Default

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No. According to http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/editions-compare.aspx it is only Enterprise edition that supports that. However, if you are lucky, it might change in R2, as serveral features are moved down the edition ladder. But I am not sure if that actually includes TDE

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answered Feb 07 '10 at 04:54 AM

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