I just wanted to let the community know that we have just released a new Express edition called SQL Server 2008 Management Studio Express to the web today!
We teased out the Tools portion of SQL Server 2008 Express with Tools into it’s own download. It’s free and has most of the tools you would expect available in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMSE).
Check it out!
The installation of SSMSE uses the same installer used for the full SQL Server 2008 product. To kick things off, you will want to:
If you don’t want to use the UI, you can do a command line install for the package. For example:
SQLManagementStudio_x86_ENU.exe /q /FEATURES= SSMS /ACTION=Install
If you want to see progress, you can replace the /q option with /qs.
If you want to see if SSMS or SSMS Express is already installed, you can look for the Registry hive under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Tools\Setup\SQL_SSMS_Adv. Look at the FeatureList key and it will contain a string “SQL_SSMS_Adv=3”. The key could include additional information as well, so do a “contains” search of the key value.
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If you have VS2008 installed and SSMS 2005 installed you have to go through hours of pain uninstalling and reinstalling in different orders to try an get this thing to install. Thanks a million!
More info read this thread and others about:
Step 9 is pre-checked but greyed out. An error message says I must select at least one option.
Probably because: support.microsoft.com/.../909953
"Management Studio and Management Studio Express cannot be installed on the same machine."
I do have 2005 ssmsee and 2008 ssms co-existing.
I would *really* like to get 2008 ssmsee co-existing as well.