They do not solve the problem of intermittent Intelli Sense.
Is there anything else i can do to fix this problem? It's still supported to use it against SQL Server 2014 (in fact, it's supported to use it against instances as old as SQL Server 2008).
I get the red squigglies if the table doesn't exist, but I have no flyout for object name completion.
Our remote SQL Server was recently upgraded to 2014.
And if you've shied away from Intelli Sense in SSMS 2008 or SSMS 2008 R2, I hope you'll give it another shake in SSMS 2012.In Management Studio 2012, there are some enhancements to Intelli Sense that will make it even more powerful - including more intelligent caching, and partial keyword matching (so you no longer have to remember what letter the waits DMV *starts* with - just type "waits" and it will narrow it down).I have seen several cases in forums, newsgroups and on twitter where folks complain that Intelli Sense is "not working." Now, "not working" can cover a wide variety of things.If you recently upgraded your Visual Studio then see this link for a fix: The Intelli Sense feature in SSMS 2008 R2 may stop working after you install Visual Studio 2010 SP1 Or you could download the fix directly from here: How to obtain the latest service pack for SQL Server 2008 R2 There are number of possibilities where Intelli Sense not working: There are cases where the local cache used by Intelli Sense becomes stale.Refreshing the cache is easy but not necessarily obvious. I checked Intelli Sense, and found it was enabled already. These two features are what I think of as "intellisense", and Microsoft does not disagree: Intelli Sense is the general term for a number of features: List Members, Parameter Info, Quick Info, and Complete Word.