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SQL Server Express is a free edition of SQL Server ideal for developing and powering desktop, web and small server applications.

 Do you already have the tools and just need the database server? This is the core Express database server. Use this if you need to accept remote connections or administer remotely and do not need the tools or advanced services.



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