The Gallery Image for BizTalk Server may have an issue when you try to run the SQL Server Management Studio. You may receive the following error: "SQL Server evaluation period has expired"
The simple fix for your non-production environment is to copy the MSDN SQL 2014 Installation to the running system and do a version upgrade.
To upgrade to a different edition of SQL Server 2014
Insert the SQL Server installation media. From the root folder, double-click setup.exe or launch the SQL Server Installation Center from Configuration Tools. To install from a network share, locate the root folder on the share, and then double-click Setup.exe.
To upgrade an existing instance of SQL Server 2014 to a different edition, from the SQL Server Installation Center click, and then select Edition Upgrade.
If Setup support files are required, SQL Server Setup installs them. If you are instructed to restart your computer, restart before you continue.
The System Configuration Checker runs a discovery operation on your computer. To continue, click OK.
On the Product Key page, select a radio button to indicate whether you are upgrading to a free edition of SQL Server, or whether you have a PID key for a production version of the product. For more information, see Editions and Components of SQL Server 2014 and Supported Version and Edition Upgrades.
On the License Terms page, read the license agreement, and then select the check box to accept the licensing terms and conditions. To continue, click Next. To end Setup, click Cancel.
On the Select Instance page, specify the instance of SQL Server to upgrade.
The Edition Upgrade Rules page validates your computer configuration before the edition upgrade operation begins.
The Ready to Upgrade Edition page shows a tree view of installation options that were specified during Setup. To continue, click Upgrade.
During the edition upgrade process, the services need to be restarted to pick up the new setting. After edition upgrade, the Complete page provides a link to the summary log file for the edition upgrade. To close the wizard, click Close.
The Complete page provides a link to the summary log file for the installation and other important notes.
If you are instructed to restart the computer, do so now. It is important to read the message from the Installation Wizard when you are done with Setup. For information about Setup log files, see View and Read SQL Server Setup Log Files.
If you upgraded from SQL Server Express, you must perform additional steps before you can use your upgraded instance of SQL Server: