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Problem while upgrading from SQL 2008 Eval to SQL 2008 R2

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server

Hi everyone, i'm trying to upgrade our SQL cluster from an Eval. version to a 2008R2 version.

During the setup i have this alert which makes the installation abort:

Cluster_FeatureDownGradeCheck Checks whether the edition of the selected SQL Server instance is supported in this SQL Server edtion downgrade scenario. Failed The edition of the selected SQL Server instance is not supported in this SQL Server edition downgrade scenario.


It's weird because we are not downgrading.... what should i check or fix?


Thank you!

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