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Moving from XP to Windows 7

I'm going to attempt the move from Windows XP to Windows 7, on my development machine at work. One of the things I have on development machine is SQL Server 2005 Developer Edition. I'm thinking either of going to the same thing on Windows 7 or maybe SQL Server 2008 Developer Edition. In any case, what are the caveats I should be aware of before I make the move?

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Matt Whitfield answered

You will need SP3 of 2005 and SP1 of 2008, other than that they're sweet on Windows 7.

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If you go with SQL 2005 and use Reporting Services you'll have the IIS issue and another link here.

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Thank you for this info, Jason.
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