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How do I get the file "SQLServerManager10.msc" back ?

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

My computer's OS is Vista SP2

Is the file "SQLServerManager10.msc" is a native file of Win Vista ?

Or dose it come into my PC with the installation of SQL Sever 2008 express ?

I installed visual basic 2010 express into my pc and it would force me also to install SQL 2008 express in the same time. When I tried to uninstall all relared softwares to VB 2010 express, I failed on uninstalling SQL 2008 express. When I checked my file system to make sure all sql-related files has been deleted, I find the file "SQLServerManager10.msc" still lived under C:\Windows\system32\. Because I thought the file maybe a residue of sql 2008 express, so I deleted it. But later when I installed SQL Sever 2008 R2 express with Advanced Services along, I found the file "SQLServerManager10.msc" did not come back...

How do I get the file "SQLServerManager10.msc" back ?

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