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A Sample Chapter from "Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Administrator's Companion". Before you even begin loading the operating system and Microsoft SQL Server, you should have a good idea how you want to design your SQL Server system. By carefully designing your SQL Server system, you can avoid costly downtime caused by having to either rebuild the system or reinstall SQL Server with different options. In this chapter, you will learn how to design a SQL Server system. In this book, the SQL Server system is the hardware and software that make up the computer that is actually running the SQL Server database. By comparison, when we talk in general about a system, we mean all of the hardware and software that make up all of the computers working on behalf of the user in order to access data from one or more SQL Server databases.

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