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SQL Server Express DAC

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Jan Van der Eecken
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Sorry, but I don't agree with the "correct" answer to the QotD. If one asks whether SQL Express allows DAC BY DEFAULT, then the answer should be a resounding NO! Starting the server with trace flag 7806 can hardly be described as a default.

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I agree with Jan.

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let me add my name to the list of dissenters!



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The only possible answers to this are 'yes' and 'no'. Something is either the default or it isn't.
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Count me in with the dissenters... shall I get my pitchfork?
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well...the "default" is the cuprit this time Smile
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Count me in too.

Default is no, if I have to add a flag to the server startup parameters it is NOT default Ermm

I want my point for getting it right! Wink

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I agree with the people who say that "by default" only allows answers "yes" or "no", but by giving 2 other options, I think most people would ignore the prefix and read the question as "Does SQL Server 2005 Express allow Dedicated Administrator Connections (DAC)?". In which case, the answers are valid.

Derek
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I join the dissenters.




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Derek Dongray (4/24/2008)
I agree with the people who say that "by default" only allows answers "yes" or "no", but by giving 2 other options, I think most people would ignore the prefix and read the question as "Does SQL Server 2005 Express allow Dedicated Administrator Connections (DAC)?". In which case, the answers are valid.


I though it was a trick to make you choose the wrong answer.




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