One of the biggest differentiators between MSDN AA and DreamSpark is that MSDN AA contains some of the Office Suite and now contains Office 2010 SharePoint, Project, and Visio Professional versions. Whereas DreamSpark focuses heavily on Developer and Designer tools, MSDN Academic Alliance offers a wider variety of tools for students, faculty, and IT staff.
To access these items, your MSDN AA administrator must activate them in your ELMS/e-academy storefront or make them available through the interface used at your school.
The following versions are available:
If you are an admin already using Hosted ELMS, you need to enable it for download. Here is the 5 Step process (Screen shots below)
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Why is SQL Server 2008 R2 not available on DreamSpark? Still on the 2008 RTM version.
mySQL server is not working right, could you help me ?
I'm not able to find anything on new sql server stuff... btw, do you guys allow html in your comments?