Do you have to break the replication after you install a service pack in SQL Server 2005?

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SQL Server replication
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In SQL Server 2005 when you install a service pack - do you have to break the replication as you did in SQL Server 2000 - and then reestablish the replication?

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No you do not have to remove the replication when installing the SQL Server service packs. You shouldn’t have had to do this in SQL 2000 either. It’s been a while since I’ve had to service pack a SQL 2000 machine with replication setup, but I don’t remember having to break the replication.

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