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Installing and Configuring SQL Server 2000

Where to Start

Preparing to Install SQL Server 2000
Read in the SQL Server 2000 Books Online about factors to consider when preparing to install SQL Server 2000.

Frequently Asked Questions - SQL Server 2000 - Setup
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 257716 - This article addresses frequently asked questions regarding the setup and installation of SQL Server 2000. Detailed information and explanation for various setup topics are available in SQL Server Books Online

How to install SQL Server 2000 (Setup)
Sample chapter from the online SQL Server 2000 Online Documentation

How to Upgrade
With proper planning, upgrades to SQL Server 2000 from SQL Server 6.5 and SQL Server 7.0 can go smoothly.

Installation Order for SQL Server 2000
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 243218 This article describes the general requirements and steps for installing Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition on Microsoft Cluster Server.

 

Migrating Oracle Databases to SQL Server 2000
If you want to want to convert Oracle applications or databases to SQL Server 2000, read this white paper. In it, the tools, processes, and techniques required for a successful conversion are described.

Building a Highly-Available Database Cluster
Read this article from MSDN© to learn more about the technology of clustering and the steps involved in setting up a cluster for an e-commerce site.

 

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