SQL Server: Get the Detailed Information Via SERVERPROPERTY

In this article, we will explain

  • How to get the SQL Server Instance Information using “SERVERPROPERTY”?
  • How to get the SQL Server Instance Information remotely?

What’s the SERVERPROPERTY?

SERVERPROPERTY is a System Defined function used to return the SQL Server Instance Information.

SERVERPROPERTY Syntax

SERVERPROPERTY ('propertyname')

propertyname is one of the following values.

  • MachineName.
  • ComputerNamePhysicalNetBIOS.
  • ServerName.
  • InstanceName.
  • InstanceDefaultDataPath.
  • InstanceDefaultLogPath.
  • Edition.
  • EditionID.
  • EngineEdition.
  • ProductBuild.
  • ProductBuildType.
  • ProductLevel.
  • ProductMajorVersion.
  • ProductMinorVersion.
  • ProductUpdateLevel.
  • ProductVersion.
  • BuildClrVersion.
  • Collation.
  • LCID.
  • IsSingleUser.
  • IsIntegratedSecurityOnly.
  • IsHadrEnabled.
  • HadrManagerStatus.
  • IsAdvancedAnalyticsInstalled.
  • IsClustered.
  • IsFullTextInstalled.
  • ProcessID.

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SQL Server Versions supported with SharePoint 2016

In this article, I will answer the below SharePoint and SQL Server Compatibility

Which versions of SQL Server is supported with SharePoint 2016?

SQL Server Versions supported with SharePoint 2016


First, It’s recommended to check the Hardware and software requirements for SharePoint Server 2016 before you are going to Install SharePoint 2016,

In Hardware and software requirements for SharePoint Server 2016 article, specifically in Database Server requirements section, you will note that the database server requirements is one of the following:

  • The 64-bit edition of Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 1 (SP1)
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2016 RTM.

Actually, that made me puzzled to maintain

  • The compatibility of SQL Server 2014 SP2 with SharePoint 2016.
  • The compatibility of SQL Server 2016 SP1 with SharePoint 2016.

So let’s answer the below questions to make it clear!


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