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This is the official team Web Log for Microsoft Customer Service and Support (CSS) SQL Support. Posts are provided by the CSS SQL Escalation Services
  • Blog Post: Could not load file or assembly System.EnterpriseServices

    While setting up a SharePoint 2010 environment with Reporting Services 2012, I hit an interesting error. To explain my setup, this is a Classic Mode Auth site with Kerberos enabled for the site. I had verified that I had the proper accounts configured and Kerberos Configuration in place. Also, knowing...
  • Blog Post: SQL Rally 2012 recap

    Getting back into the swing of things, I thought I would post my thoughts about how SQL Rally 2012 went along with sharing some of the experiences.  I had posted before about what our presence would be like at Rally.  You can read that here .  I didn’t get to attend last years SQL Rally...
  • Blog Post: CSS will be at SQL Rally

    I’m happy to announce that the SQL Support group will be present at SQL Rally 2012 which will be held in Dallas, TX.  It helps that we have one of our major support centers in the area.  Our team will be speaking at the conference and we will also be available to talk to you in person at the...
  • Blog Post: The Future of SQL Server Express Installation and Voting with Microsoft Connect

    The SQL Product team that owns setup is looking to improve the SQL Express installation experience including application developers who look to embed SQL Server Express with the install of their application. Peter Saddow is a Program Manager on this team and he and I go way back (Peter was the primary...
  • Blog Post: SQLServerCentral Interview with Bob Dorr from Microsoft PSS

    I want the community to get to know more some of the people that work in Microsoft PSS with SQL Server (one of the reasons to start this blog). Hopefully you have had a chance to meet some of us at PASS. Here is another opportunity. At the recent PASS conference, my colleague Bob Dorr was interviewed...
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