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How to Fix SQL Server Evaluation Period Has Expired Error


If you are using SQL Server tools such as SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) or SQL Profiler, you may encounter the following error message:


Evaluation period has expired. For information on how to upgrade your evaluation software please go to https://www.microsoft.com/sql/howtobuy


This error usually occurs when you are running an evaluation instance of SQL Server and the evaluation time period has expired. In this article, we will show you how to fix this error and continue using SQL Server tools.


Check Your SQL Server Edition and Version


The first step is to check what edition and version of SQL Server you are using. You can do this by opening SSMS and selecting Help > About from the menu. You will see a window like this:


If you see "expires in x days" next to Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, it means you are using an evaluation version of SSMS that will expire soon. If you see "Evaluation Edition" next to Microsoft SQL Server, it means you are using an evaluation version of SQL Server that has already expired.


Upgrade Your SQL Server Edition


If you are using an evaluation version of SQL Server, you need to upgrade it to a retail edition to continue using it. You can do this by following the steps in these topics:


Upgrade to a Different Edition of SQL Server (Setup)


Supported Version and Edition Upgrades for SQL Server 2019


Note that some editions of SQL Server have different features and limitations than others. For example, the Express edition has a maximum database size of 10 GB and does not support advanced features such as Analysis Services or Reporting Services. You can compare the editions of SQL Server here.


Reinstall Your SQL Server Tools


If you are using an evaluation version of SSMS or other SQL Server tools, you need to reinstall them with a retail version to continue using them. You can download the latest version of SSMS here. You can also download other SQL Server tools such as SQL Profiler, Database Engine Tuning Advisor, or Data Migration Assistant from here.


Conclusion


In this article, we have explained how to fix the error "SQL Server evaluation period has expired" that may occur when using SQL Server tools such as SSMS or SQL Profiler. We have shown you how to check your SQL Server edition and version, how to upgrade your SQL Server edition, and how to reinstall your SQL Server tools. We hope this article has helped you resolve this issue and continue working with SQL Server. a474f39169






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