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    Hello Team,

    I’m going to outline what I’m going to do with SQL. and I wonder if anyone has ever done it yet. I need the inputs.

    My objective is to have two different SQL servers. And will do log shipping from one Server A to Server B.

    Primary DB Server (Server A)
    *Windows 2k8R2
    *MS SQL 2k8R2
    *Primary DB server

    Secondary DB Server (Server B)
    *Windows2 2k12R2
    *MS SQL 2k8R2
    *Backup DB. Get log shipping from Server A

    So my concern is different OS version between the 2 servers. Has anyone ever implement this method by clustering DB with 2 different OS version?

    I will messing around in the lab prior to mess with the production. But I just want the input from someone who might have this experience.

    Thanks,
    HN

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