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This practice uses the local system account because we assume that you are working on a computer that is not part of a domain. Keep in mind that the best practices for configuring the service account in a domain environment are to configure these services using a domain user account instead of using the local system account.
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Lesson 4: Installing a New Instance of SQL Server 2005
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18. Select the SQL Server Agent check box. 19. Click Next. 20. Configure the authentication mode by selecting Mixed Mode (Windows Authentication And SQL Server Authentication), as shown in Figure 1-9.
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Installing SQL Server 2005
21. Enter a strong password in the password text boxes. This password is used by the sa login ID. 22. Click Next. 23. Review the default collation settings, which Figure 1-10 shows.
Figure 1-10 Configure the collation.
24. Click Next. 25. Configure error and usage reporting by selecting both the Automatically Send Error Reports and Automatically Send Feature Usage Data check boxes, shown in Figure 1-11.
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Figure 1-11 Configure error and usage reporting.
26. Click Next. 27. Verify which components will be installed (see Figure 1-12).
Figure 1-12 Verify which components will be installed.
28. Click Install.
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29. Verify that setup is complete (see Figure 1-13).
Figure 1-13 Verify that setup is complete.
30. Click Next and then review the completion report. 31. Click Finish.
Lesson Summary
SQL Server 2005 requires you to select at least one account to use for the SQL Server service and the SQL Server Agent service. You must use current business requirements, organization security requirements, and organization database standards to decide whether to install SQL Server 2005 with different service accounts for the SQL Server service and the SQL Server Agent service. You must use current business requirements, organization security requirements, and organization database standards to decide whether to install SQL Server 2005 with local system accounts or a domain user account (which is recommended) for the SQL Server service and the SQL Server Agent service. When installing SQL Server 2005, Windows authentication mode provides the highest level of security, but legacy applications might require Mixed Mode authentication. In most cases, you should let the Microsoft SQL Server Installation Wizard determine which collation to use when installing SQL Server 2005.
Lesson 4: Installing a New Instance of SQL Server 2005
Lesson Review
The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. The questions are also available on the companion CD if you prefer to review them in electronic form.
NOTE
Answers
Answers to these questions and explanations of why each answer choice is right or wrong are located in the Answers section at the end of the book.
1. Which SQL Server 2005 services require that you install them with their own account (Choose all that apply.) A. SQL Server Agent B. Log Reader Agent C. SQL Server D. Replication Agent 2. Which authentication mode lets you use both SQL Server logins and Windows logins A. Kerebos authentication B. Windows C. Mixed Mode D. Network Service account
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Lesson 5: Upgrading to a SQL Server 2005 Installation
With the release of SQL Server 2005, many DBAs will want to upgrade their existing databases to the new release to make use of all its new features. As part of this task, DBAs must understand the methods available to perform an upgrade to SQL Server 2005 and must develop a strategy that includes a recovery plan in case the upgrade needs to be rolled back because of problems. In this lesson, you explore the two types of upgrades available, different methods you can use to move files from the old database to the new one, ways to develop testing criteria to make sure the upgrade was successful, and best practices for upgrading.
NOTE
No direct upgrade from SQL Server 6.5
You cannot upgrade a SQL Server 6.5 database environment directly to SQL Server 2005. Instead, you will need to perform a two-step upgrade. First, upgrade from the 6.5 environment to either SQL Server 7.0 or SQL Server 2000, and then upgrade to SQL Server 2005.
After this lesson, you will be able to:
Select the appropriate upgrade strategy for your environment. Select an appropriate upgrade method for a side-by-side migration. Develop criteria to test the success of your upgrade. Upgrade from a previous version of SQL Server.
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