SQL Server Management Studio is an integrated environment for managing your SQL Server infrastructure and Azure SQL Database. Management Studio provides tools to configure, monitor, and administer instances of SQL Server. It also provides tools to deploy, monitor, and upgrade the data-tier components, such as databases and data warehouses used by your applications, and to build queries and scripts.
SSMS 17.0 is based on the Visual Studio 2015 Isolated shell, which was released before Windows Server 2016. Microsoft takes app compatibility very seriously and ensures that already-shipped applications continue to run on the latest Windows releases. Because of this, we do not anticipate that SSMS with all latest updates applied) will encounter issues when running on Windows Server 2016. Customers are advised to contact support, should they encounter any issues with SSMS on Windows Server 2016. Support will then work with customers to determine if the issue is with SSMS or Visual Studio or with Windows compatibility, and route the issue appropriately.
|Version/Download Link||Build||Release Date||Size, Mb|
|17.1 Release Latest||14.0.17119.0||2017-05-24||784|
|17.0 RC3 Release||14.0.17028.0||2017-03-09||677|
|17.0 RC2 Release||14.0.16150.0||2017-02-01||682|
|17.0 RC1 Release||14.0.16000.64||2016-11-16||687|
|16.5.2 Release Deprecated||13.0.16105.4||2017-01-18||898|
|16.4 Release Deprecated||13.0.15800.18||2016-09-20|
|July 2016 Hotfix Update||13.0.15600.2||2016-07-13||825|
|July 2016 Release Deprecated||13.0.15500.91||2016-07-01|
|June 2016 Release||13.0.15000.23||2016-06-01||825|
|SQL Server 2014 SP1||12.0.4100.1||2015-05-14||815|
|SQL Server 2012 SP3||11.0.6020.0||2015-11-21||964|
|SQL Server 2008 R2||10.50.4000||2012-07-02||161|