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this is a bit confusing, the article shows and the MS update as well, that it applies to SQL 2016 all the way up to 2022. not just 2022 and 2019.moreover, what happens to SSMS and ADS and others? these don't use the unsecured OLE-DB?
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We migrated our database from 2012 to 2016 , this database is OLTP with 150K inserts / sec to two tables. We got target_recovery_time_in_seconds=60 seconds. Disk is showing high latency of up to 50+ milli sec compared to less than 20 milli sec in SQL 2012. Also the disk latency spikes to 300+ milli ...
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hello, i have same problem with installing Security Update for SQL Server 2022 RTM GDR (KB5040936)"Install error - 0x80070643"
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jstamm93 SSMS migrating to the VS 2022 shell is not the same as updating SSMS to use the latest IsoShell. VS is no longer making the IsoShell available, as documented here. What we are doing for SSMS 21 is not the same as what we've done for previous "migrations".
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@erinstellato The most significant engineering effort for SSMS 21 will be migrating to the Visual Studio 2022 shellDoesn't this mean that the VS 2022 shell is available as an isolated component? If that's the case, and Microsoft just isn't making it publicly available, then that's fair enough. I jus...
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