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Click Install on the Setup Support Files page and the support les are installed (Figure 24-10).
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FIGURE 24-10 Installing support files
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Another set of Setup Support Rules run. Click Show Details to see the list of rules. Click Next if all rules show as Passed. Review any Warnings to determine their relevance to your network. Correct relevant Warnings and all Failed rules before proceeding. On the Product Key page, enter the product key for SQL Server 2008 Standard Edition for Small Business. Click Next. Read the license terms and select the I Accept The License Terms check box. Click Next. On the Feature Selection page, select the features to install. A description for each component group appears in the Description pane when you select it. See Table 24-1 for additional descriptions of the available features. Verify the location for shared features. Click Next.
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TABLE 24-1 SQL Server Available Features
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Database Engine Services SQL Server Replication Full-Text Search Analysis Services Reporting Services Business Intelligence Development Studio Client Tools Connectivity Integration Services Client Tools Backwards Compatibility Client Tools SDK SQL Server Books Online Management Tools Basic Management Tools Complete SQL Client Connectivity SDK Microsoft Sync Framework
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The core service for storing and processing data. Replicates between and synchronizes two databases. Unnecessary for a single database. Allows full-text queries against plain character-based data in SQL Server tables. Tools to create and administer online analytical processing (OLAP) and data-mining applications. Server and client tools to produce and manage reports. A development environment for Analysis Services, Reporting Services, and Integration Services solutions Tools for client/server communication. Graphical tools and programmable objects for moving, copying, and converting data. Tools for clients to access earlier versions of SQL Server. Software development tools for programming clients. Core documentation for SQL Server. Includes SQL Server Management Studio. Adds SQL Server Management Studio support for Reporting Services, Analysis Services, and Integration Services. Software development kit for client connectivity. Platform to enable collaboration and of ine synchronization for applications, services, and devices.
Installing SQL Server (Part Two)
On the Instance Con guration page, specify whether to create a Default Instance or a Named Instance. If you plan to install a single instance of SQL Server on a database server, you should create a default instance. Verify the root directory for the instance and click Next. On the Disk Space Requirements page, review the available space and the amount of space required for the installation. Click Next.
E NOTE
If the available space isn t suf cient, you can change the SQL Server features
you want to install, change the installation directory to a drive with more space, or create more free space on the drive by moving other les.
On the Server Con guration page, assign logon accounts to the various SQL Services. Click Help for the recommended procedures. Click Next.
UNDER THE HOOD
Service Accounts
QL Server 2008 requires several service accounts to run its various services. Choosing which account to use for a service account is always a tradeoff be-
tween simplicity and security. The simplest solution is to select the Local System account. You never need to worry about the password changing, and this account always has suf cient privileges. Unfortunately, running your SQL Server services under that account is not the best solution from a security standpoint. The Local System account is a powerful account, especially when it s running on your SBS server: If your security in SQL Server is breached, the entire network is compromised. Using a regular user domain account is a possibility for the SQL Server service it does not require any administrative privileges. But the SQL Server Agent process does require administrative privileges if your SQL Server environment uses CmdExec or ActiveScript jobs, or if you use the AutoRestart feature. If this is the case in your SQL Server environment, you should use separate service accounts for the SQL Server service and the SQL Server Agent. Whatever domain accounts you use for SQL Server, you should use strong (long and complex) passwords. Also, when entering the domain name for a domain user account, you must use the NetBIOS name, not the DNS name. (In our environment, this means that the domain must be entered as EXAMPLE or example but not example.local. )
The rest of the installation will con gure the features selected in step 7. After you con gure all these features and the Installation Rules are run (as seen in Figure 24-11),
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