Windows Hosting MSSQL Support

By on May 25th, 2016

The database server running on our Windows Web Hosting plans is currently Microsoft SQL 2017 Express. You can create an unlimited amount of databases from inside the Plesk control panel. Each database has a storage limit of 10GB.

 

34 Responses to “Windows Hosting MSSQL Support”

  1. Ali says:

    Hey There,

    What version of MSSQL are you offering in your Windows hosting package? (Web or standard version)

  2. Mohamed says:

    This means that the database area of 10 GB for each database or is it 10 GB for all databases ??

  3. Andy Lim says:

    Hi there,
    I have an ASP.NET hosting acct here. The default MSSQL i can have is 2012 version. Is there any possibilities i can have version 2014? Thks

  4. Sergey says:

    Can I choose a database name freely (if it doesn’t collide with an existing name on the server), or does it always start with a certain prefix?

  5. Umer says:

    How To connect SqlServer remotely ..Please Give a Proper Server Name For Connection In SqlServer

  6. james says:

    Please, what is the default MS SQL server version installed for the shared hosting because from the comments above, i noticed the default MS SQL server is 2012.

  7. Louis says:

    Can you connect to the MSSQL remotely? How about from an Interserver Windows VPS?

  8. Ahmed says:

    ASP.NET Web Hosting it has MSSQL or not

  9. Ivan says:

    Hello, how can we connect to our databases from something like Sql Server Management Studio? How do we find the connection string information that includes the server info?

  10. Deena says:

    To use MS SQL Server 2012 or 2016 full version, is that possible on the VPS plan? My software developer husband doesn’t want the Express version.

  11. Mark Abrams says:

    Curious what features within SQL Server 2012 are available with the ASP.Net Standard host package? I know we can have up to 10GB databases… but are there any other services available with this package, such as SSIS, SSRS, and/or SSAS? Thanks! Great service by the way! Much appreciated!

  12. Steve says:

    Looking to relocate existing windows web sites. need ASP,mssql,vbscript and java. If this compatible with you service?

  13. Eugene Lepekhin says:

    What is the security model on mssql here? Should the database be contained in order to create user with password or a new login must be created before the user?

  14. David Buckley says:

    What version of sql do you use is it express and is the 10gb limit per database.

    Which package offers the 10gb limit is that all as that appears to be the sql express limit.

    Do you have anyway I could bring my sql standard license over ?

    • Michael Lavrik says:

      our asp.net web hosting package comes with SQL Express. If you are using Cloud VPS or other services you can install your own SQL software.

  15. DEISON FERLEY says:

    Cual es la versiĆ³n predefinida de mssql para el servicio web hosting asp.net ?

  16. Amir Afzal says:

    We need to build application based on web site , webservices which mobile app will consume and backend is SQL standard version

    I need windows vps where I can deploy my website , webservice developed in VS studio and SQL server it is possible to achieve all in windows VPS

  17. Derick Espinoza says:

    What if I need more storage in the database?

  18. vlad says:

    Is it possible to use CLR stored procedures (SMTP) with MS SQL database so I can send email directly from MS SQL express?

  19. Santhosh says:

    I am developing a web app with ASP.Net Core 3,1 with SQL DB 2016. Is your shared web hosting env support my configuration

  20. Santosh says:

    I can see there is no proper answer to the question asked for remotely connecting to SQL database…. isn’t that the option with shared hosting package?…. please reply with proper details, thanks.

    • Santosh says:

      Well, I got the answer it is simple – to access MSSQL remotely need to use the IP address with the account and then enter login details as username and password assigned to the database!

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