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Dedicated Administrator Connection - SQL School Video


Dedicated Administrator Connection - SQL School Video

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Nice Explanation here Andy!

In SQL Server 2005 we have GUI to configure DAC, so in SQL Server 2008 this GUI is gone, it must be configure with T-SQL!

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The other thing to remember is that there is a -A on the SQLCMD that invokes the DAC on the connection you are making.

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