SQL Management Studio on MSSQL12

Discussion in 'Database Support' started by SubSpace, May 29, 2010.

  1. SubSpace

    SubSpace Bass

    I'm using SQL Management Studio 2008 to manage a number of databases on different servers, including some databases at JodoHost.

    Up until recently, my databases were on MSSQL1 and MSSQL4 (cluster1). However, since I had need of SQL Server 2005+, I have created a database on MSSQL12.

    For some reason, that server isn't listing databases in the object explorer, like it is for SQL Server 2000 and 2008 servers that I manage. It's really annoying, because it turns SQL Management Studio into a type-your-SQL-statement-here "tool" :(

    What's different about this server configuration? Can it be fixed? Is there a workaround?
  2. akshay

    akshay Administrator Staff Member

    We have disabled View database option due to security reason.
    There is a workaround, We can create a separate login for your from server end. Using that you will be able to view databases from management studio.
    I suggest to you open a support ticket with mention db name.

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