Bill Wunder

Bill is a specialist in installation, configuration, development, upgrades, performance tuning, security, forward recovery modeling and replication of Microsoft SQL Server databases with over 10 years experience.  He currently lives in Colorado and is interetsed in providing virtual and onsight contract DBA services anywhere in the world. He has extensive experience administering SQL Servers remotely via secure VPN and Terminal Services.
  • Interests: alternative energy, music, helping out when I can where I am able

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Freeware : DDL Source Safe Archive Utility

If your shop is even close to the typical Microsoft SQL Server environment there are several people that can make changes to the production environment and what's in SourceSafe does not match what's on the SQL Server. This freeware by Bill Wunder will make archiving DDL and DTS packages a piece of cake and simplify deployment of SQL Server code. Available exclusivily for SQLServerCentral.com members.

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