SQL Server 7 Administration
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Developing a Data Availability Solution
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access SQL Server administrator allows Apply Your Knowledge Authentication Mode chapter character set choose Click OK client column connect data files Data Transformation Services database backup database objects database user ID default delete differential backup DTS Package ensure event exam filegroup fixed database folder global groups linked server login ID machine Microsoft SQL Server monitor Named Pipes network library object permissions ODBC OLE DB option password perform Properties dialog box replication restore Right-click screen script security mode Server Enterprise Manager Server Upgrade Wizard Setup sort order specify SQL Enterprise Manager SQL Server 6.x SQL Server Agent SQL Server Authentication SQL Server Enterprise SQL Server login SQL Server Profiler SQL Server Upgrade statement permissions Step by Step stored procedure subscriber TCP/IP trace Transact-SQL transaction log backups transactional replication Unicode user account Windows 98 Windows NT Authentication Windows NT Server