Installing and Configuring SQL Server 2005

  • In order to change collation settings, reinstall SQL Server 2005 on a server with the same collation settings as another server.
  • In order to install SQL Server 2005 on a computer on which SQL Server 2000 is already installed, install SQL Server 2005 as a named instance.
  • Members of db_access role can assign permissions to other users to enable them to access and query the database.
  • RAID-0, also known as disk striping, is made up of a disk set in which data is divided into blocks and spread equally in each disk. It provides best performance because data read and data write operations are not limited to a single disk, but to a set of disks. It does not provide data redundancy. Data once lost cannot be recovered.
  • The Service Broker can be attached to a database by using the FOR ATTACH clause of the CREATE DATABASE statement.
  • If a snapshot of a database is present on the same computer on which the database is present, the database cannot be deleted.
  • In order to connect to the DAC, specify ADMIN: server_name in the Connect to the Server dialog box.
  • The login information stored in the master database.
  • In order to secure data that is data transmitted over a network, set the value of the ForceEncryption option on a server to Yes.
  • In order to enable a user to connect to the database, a DBA should add the user to that database.
  • The db_ddladmin fixed database role allows its members to add, modify, or drop objects in the database. Members of the db_ddladmin role can issue DDL statements (e.g. CREATE, ALTER, and DROP) in the database.
  • Member of db_ddladmin role have the permission to execute the T-SQL statements.
  • The sysadmin role allows a user to view the security log.
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