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Although I"ve installed Management tools - many times - on two separate instances of SQL Server 2012, I can"t find them in Programs and can"t run them. The only SSMS program I can find runs SSMS 2008 R2.
I realise that common advice is to install SQL Server before Visual Studio, but I really don"t want to uninstall Visual Studio, as this will bring a host of other problems.
How can I fix this problem?ssms sql-server-2012 Share Improve this question Follow edited Jul 2 "15 at 17:03
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17 Answers 17Active Oldest Votes 119 You can get SSMS Express tools from here or full SQL Server Eval tools from here. MSDN/TechNet Downloads is currently the only place to get RTM versions (non-eval) of the SSMS 2012 toolset. Share Improve this answer Follow edited Dec 20 "17 at 2:10
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SliverNinja - MSFTSliverNinja - MSFT 29.2k1010 gold badges9898 silver badges162162 bronze badges 12 | Show 7 more comments 147 Share Improve this answer Follow edited Jul 24 "13 at 18:50 community wiki 5 revs, 3 users 73%Michal Minich 6 | Show 1 more comment 87 I just ran into this problem. I had to open back the installation for SQL Server and click Installation -> New SQL server installation or add features to existing installation. Then when we follow the instruction until we reach feature selection, just check the SQL Management tools checkbox and continue.
I have no idea why this software is considered a feature and hidden like this. It should be a stand-alone software installation.Share Improve this answer Follow edited Oct 19 "14 at 11:00
Peter Mortensen 28.6k2121 gold badges9595 silver badges123123 bronze badges answered Jul 22 "12 at 1:06 Shawn McleanShawn Mclean 54.2k9292 gold badges266266 silver badges402402 bronze badges 4 Add a comment | 19 I"ve found that the command line is my friend in these situations.
I installed the SQL Server 2012 Enterprise Management Tools, including Management Studio, off the DVD (mounted ISO actually), without installing anything else using this command:
e:\setup.exe /Q /IACCEPTSQLSERVERLICENSETERMS /ACTION=install /FEATURES=ToolsRun the command prompt with elevated privileges. And be patient, as it has to unpack the installation files. Don"t try to install the MSI files directly, as you lose the dependency checking packaged with the main installer.
Again, this is to install the full version off the Enterprise or Developer media, if you have it, and do not wish to settle for the free Express edition.Share Improve this answer Follow edited Aug 3 "14 at 23:16 answered Jun 13 "13 at 3:46 Amir SoofiAmir Soofi 38633 silver badges33 bronze badges 1 Add a comment | 13 Full or"Complete Management Studio" as opposed to "Express".I was very confused at a perceived lack of Management Studio on a newly provisioned SQL Server 2012 SP1 standard and enterprise edition on Azure running on Windows Server 2012.
Normally it would be found from the Start Button Shortcuts or at least in C:\Program Files somewhere.
Eventually, I located C:\SQLServer_11.0_Full, the image install path - executed and confirmed Management Studio was in fact installed by default even although it could not been seen via Add Remove Programs.
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\110\Tools\Binn\ManagementStudio\ssms.exe Share Improve this answer Follow edited Jun 20 "20 at 9:12 Community♦ 111 silver badge answered Oct 17 "13 at 13:02 scott_lotusscott_lotus 2,9852020 gold badges4343 silver badges6666 bronze badges 1 Add a comment | 10 On the Official SQL Server 2012 ISO that"s for download, just navigate to \x64\Setup\ (or \x86\Setup) and you will find "sql_ssms.msi". It"s only about 60 MB, and since it"s an .MSI you can probably provision it to be installed automatically (say for a large lab or classroom environment).Share Improve this answer Follow answered Oct 24 "12 at 5:08 BrainSlugs83BrainSlugs83 5,58055 gold badges4646 silver badges5252 bronze badges 1 Add a comment | 8 Late answer but could be of use to other readers
Although SQL Server Management Studio installation is user friendly (more or less) people still seem to bump into different issues. There are lots of tutorials and instructions online, and I personally followed the ones found in this article: http://www.sqlshack.com/sql-server-management-studio-step-step-installation-guide/
It explains installing a standalone SSMS, but you can also install SSMS along with SQL Server – just make sure that you have selected Management Tools in the Feature selection screen.
It can help if you’ve just installed Visual Studio 2010 but also want to install SQL Server Management Studio.Share Improve this answer Follow answered Dec 17 "15 at 8:37 TodorSTodorS 40644 silver badges44 bronze badges Add a comment | 6 After going back into the installer & checking off "Management Tools", ssms.exe was available under "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\110\Tools\Binn\ManagementStudio" (thanks to everyone for pointing out where to find it).
Share Improve this answer Follow answered Feb 1 "14 at 17:38 Jeffrey KnightJeffrey Knight 5,69966 gold badges3636 silver badges4747 bronze badges Add a comment | 5 Direct MSDN link to Management Studio 2012 ONLY: SQL Server 2012 Express Management Studio with Service Pack 1 (x64) - (English) Share Improve this answer Follow answered Aug 5 "13 at 16:06 JOATMONJOATMON 15.8k3131 gold badges100100 silver badges189189 bronze badges Add a comment | 4 I found it here:http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29062
This did not require any TechNet rigamarole or the use of their horrible Java 7 based download manager.Share Improve this answer Follow answered Feb 13 "13 at 21:39 MordachaiMordachai 8,71744 gold badges5252 silver badges9898 bronze badges 3 Add a comment | 4 I uninstalled all parts of SQL Server 2012 using Control Panel in Windows and then reinstalled (choosing "All Features"). Now it works! Share Improve this answer Follow edited Oct 19 "14 at 10:58 Peter Mortensen 28.6k2121 gold badges9595 silver badges123123 bronze badges answered May 7 "12 at 13:57 Andy BrownAndy Brown 4,86133 gold badges3030 silver badges3535 bronze badges Add a comment | 3 Share Improve this answer Follow edited Jul 19 "14 at 14:00 Peter Mortensen 28.6k2121 gold badges9595 silver badges123123 bronze badges answered Jun 11 "13 at 6:16 NaturalBornCamperNaturalBornCamper 3,28455 gold badges3030 silver badges4949 bronze badges Add a comment | 2 I downloaded it from here (named "Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools"). In this version you will get a VisualStudio2012 installation with the functionality to manage the SQL Server 2012 server. Share Improve this answer Follow edited Jul 19 "14 at 14:11 Peter Mortensen 28.6k2121 gold badges9595 silver badges123123 bronze badges answered Feb 8 "14 at 22:46 MohaMoha 18111 silver badge44 bronze badges Add a comment | 0 Install SQLEXPRADV_x64_ENU for x64 bit version from here and choose to install all components. This installs SQL Server Management Studio. You can also install Reporting Services with this installation.
/Express with Advanced Services (contains the database engine, Express Tools, Reporting Services, and Full Text Search)/
Download Link: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29062Share Improve this answer Follow answered Oct 14 "13 at 0:19 user2063329user2063329 37511 gold badge44 silver badges1212 bronze badges Add a comment | 0 Select SQL Management Studio from the dropdown in Download SQL Server 2012 Express. Share Improve this answer Follow edited Jul 19 "14 at 14:02 Peter Mortensen 28.6k2121 gold badges9595 silver badges123123 bronze badges answered Jul 25 "13 at 1:49 Cesar DuranCesar Duran 36733 silver badges88 bronze badges Add a comment | 0 I found what seems to be the latest 2014 and 2012 SQL Server Management Studio releases here Previous SQL Server Management Studio Releases Share Improve this answer Follow answered Nov 19 "15 at 17:26 jamesjames 49855 silver badges88 bronze badges Add a comment | 0 Run PowerShell and type:
gci -Path "C:\Program Files*\Microsoft SQL Server" -Recurse -Include "Ssms.exe" | Select -ExpandProperty FullName Share Improve this answer Follow answered Jun 28 "17 at 14:24 emekmemekm 60455 silver badges88 bronze badges Add a comment |
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