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Upgrading a Database SQL 2000 to SQL 2005


Upgrading a Database SQL 2000 to SQL 2005

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Sachin Samuel-286731
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Perfect article..... Simple and easy to understand even for someone like me with little or no idea about SQL

Good Going Sachin

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Excellent Article! Step by step details with snapshot that makes it easy for the first time user. Including all the details.

Keep it up!

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We carried out an inplace upgrade and the database works fine, BUT, when we run the Surface Area Configurator the database is not found! Any ideas please?

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Hi Mark,

Surface area never displays your database. But the services installed on your box. It provides interface for enabling or disabling many Database Engine, Analysis Services, and Reporting Services features. Disabling unused features helps to secure your Microsoft SQL Server installations by reducing the SQL Server surface area.

Hope I answered your query.

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Sachin


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Thanks Sachin

Sorry maybe I did not make myself quite clear. The surface area configurator does not find my sqlserver service, so I am unable to configure the service particularly email notifications.

How can I get it to find my sqlserver service?

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Mark,

On clicking Surface area configuration link, a small window appears with the following links

1) Surface Area configuration for Service and connections.

2) Surface Area configuration for features.

Seems like you clicking only on second link to check for the services.

You can manage Sql Server 2005 services as well as remote connections from the first link.

Please let me know incase you have any query or need further clarifications.

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Sachin


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Sachin

No, I can only see my BackupExec service and not my SQL2005 service via option 1!!

Any ideas?

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Mark


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Mark,

Which Edition of SQL server 2005, you have upgraded to?

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Hi

Standard Edition + latest service pack.

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