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HOW TO: Manually remove SQL Server 2000 default, named, or virtual instance     
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The steps in this article describe how you prepare your system for a reinstallation of the SQL Server program.

The correct way (and the way that Microsoft recommends you use) to remove Microsoft SQL Server 2000 is to use the Uninstall option that is available in the Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Setup program. However, if an installation fails, the Uninstall option may not be available. If the Uninstall option is not available, you must get the system to a clean, stable installation point bef...

HOW TO: Configure a .NET-Connected Application and SQL Server to Use an Alternate Port Number for Network Communications     
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This step-by-step article describes how to configure a .NET-connected application and a computer running Microsoft SQL Server to use an alternate port for network communications.

Many recent security breeches have used applications and databases that were configured to use their default port numbers. For example, a worm that searches for vulnerable database servers on the Internet might examine only TCP Port 1433. By default, SQL Server uses this port number....

PRB: The MSDE Installation Does Not Succeed If the Installation Computer Is Running Terminal Services in Application Server Mode     
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Installation of Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine (MSDE) fails if all of the following conditions are true: You are installing MSDE by using either the Release To Manufacturing (RTM) version or the Service Pack 1 (SP1) version. You are running Setup for MSDE (Setup.exe) from a Terminal Services client and not at the computer that is running Terminal Services or Terminal Services (you are not at the Terminal server). On the remote computer, Terminal Services is installed in Application Ser...



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