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Default Anyone ever moved from SQL 2000 back to MSDE 2000?

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I've run into a probablem that my DBA's don't have an ETA on when they are going to upgrade from MDAC 2.7 to 2.8 on the production servers. I only have 250 or so users on a decently beefy box and it more than meets the mimum requirements for 500 users and MSDE

So my situation is that I need to go from a SQL 2000 database to an MSDE 2000 database somewhere during the upgrade to 4.0.

Other than that I have a pretty simple install, single BES in a single exchange site, nothing to get excited about if it weren't for that damn MDAC. I already openned a ticket with RIM and they warn of errors migrating the users and updatnig the database during setup without MDAC 2.8

Anyone kniw if going back to MSDE is possible?

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Chuck
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