Thursday, October 8, 2015

[Tools] The various flavors of SSMS I have on my box right now

First, yes, there are reasons to have the various versions. 2005 can open DTS, for instance.

But this is what I get when I use "choose default program" with .SQL files. Big hugs to Microsoft for never including the version number of SSMS in there.  It makes it lots of fun when I wind up accidentally resetting it.

Putting it in here so hopefully I won't have to do this 10-minute exercise next time.

Top left: 2005
Middle left:  2014
Bottom left (highlighted): 2016 CTP2
Middle right: 2012
Bottom right: 2008 R2

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