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SQL Server Installation and Configuration

Abstract

Those of us who have spent many years in product development might come to the conclusion that one of the least glamorous jobs is to design and code the installation and configuration of a product. This task is often contracted out to consultants, so companies can keep their most talented developers happy working on the complex logic within the product. Alternatively, a company can have great in-house people do the job, but not hire enough staff or not fund that part of the project well enough to build a high-quality setup experience. The latter seems to be the case with previous versions of SQL Server.

Keywords

Disk Space Service Pack Analysis Service Query Plan Reporting Service 
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© Robert Walters 2008

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