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A Bit About 64-bit

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64-bit SQL Server is coming!! Are you ready for this new technology? Chances are most of you are like us in that you've never had a 64-bit machine around and you likely don't remember the transition from 16-bit to 32-bit. Do you even want to make the transition? Is it worth it? New author Robert Pearl brings us a first look at how the 64-bit version of SQL Server will differ from the 32-bit version.

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2007-09-22 (first published: )

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SQL Server 2005 Feature Survey Results

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A week ago, we solicited readers to let Microsoft know which of the SQL Server 2005 announced features mattered most to them. We had a great response, with 890 of you answering the survey in three days. The answers were pretty interesting. The full results can be seen at the bottom of this article.

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2004-03-22

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Yukon Delayed Again and Named

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Microsoft confirmed today that it has delayed Yukon yet again. It also announced that Yukon has an official name and will have another beta added to the development cycle. Get all the info here and share with Microsoft your thoughts about what features are important to you.

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2004-03-11

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LOGON Trigger Count

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