Monday, June 8, 2009

Troubleshooting a failed SQL Server 2008 installation

June 08, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Troubleshooting a failed SQL Server 2008 installation
Ross Mistry, Contributor

SQL Server 2008 introduces significant enhancements that make installation even easier and more seamless compared to its predecessors. The SQL Server 2008 Installation Center offers solutions providers a tremendous number of options for planning, installing, upgrading and maintaining a SQL Server implementation. However, even with these new tools and features, an installation may fail, and solutions providers must understand how to troubleshoot these installations.

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