This document explains how you can determine the Microsoft SQL Server edition that is installed on your machine.
Readers of this document should be knowledgeable of the following:
The information in this document is based on the software and hardware versions:
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To determine the Microsoft SQL Server Edition that is currently running on your machine, execute the following query from either ISQL_w or Query Analyzer:
Click Start > Programs > Microsoft SQL Server.
Run Query Analyzer.
Note: ISQL w is for version 6.5 of SQL and this doc is for 7.0 or later.
This command returns results similar to the following:
Microsoft SQL Server 7.00 - 7.00.961 (Intel X86)
Oct 24 2000 18:39:12
Copyright (c) 1988-1998 Microsoft Corporation
Standard Edition on Windows NT 4.0 (Build 1381: Service Pack 6)
Note: The last line indicates the edition of Microsoft SQL Server that is installed. In this example, the installed edition is the Standard Edition.
There are several editions of Microsoft SQL Server available, some of which are noted here:
The following editions of Microsoft SQL Server are supported for use with Cisco ICM:
Note: There is no benefit to running the Enterprise edition versus the Standard edition with Cisco ICM.