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    <=-=Feb 20 2009 10:20AM=-=>

    Dear Customer,

    Thank you for helping us improve our products!
    The issue of TDS compression has come up already, and we are considering possibilities. As you mention, it is not a something that would provide a benefit in all scenarios. We need to spend some time justifying the need for it and thinking about a safe way to enable without negatively impacting existing use cases. We�ll keep the issue open until make a final a decision, and we�ll keep you updated of the progress.

    Meanwhile, please take a look at this link that explains how Windows Server 2008 does TCP compression for SQL Server 2008, which might be sufficient for your scenario – http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd263442.aspx.

    Thanks again,
    Zlatko Michailov
    Program Manager, SQL Protocols

    <=-=Sep 8 2009 8:34AM=-=>

    We typically see this when we want to move large amounts of data between SQL Servers over…

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