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  • Database mirroring setup in SQL Server 2005

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  • Top three SQL Server database backup tips

    Check out our top three solutions to the most vexing SQL Server database backup problems.

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  • The SQL Server Import and Export Wizard how-to guide

    Basit Farooq provides a step-by-step explanation for using the SQL Server Import and Export Wizard to transfer data between SQL Server databases and Microsoft Excel worksheets.

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  • Bank analytics firm deposits storage on X-IO ISE arrays

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  • SQL Server database replication tutorial

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  • The ins and outs of the SQL Server 2012 contained database

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  • Has anyone used Windows Azure services?

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  • Restoring SQL Server databases from .mdf files

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  • Quick! Which specific SQL Server user is logged into which database?

    Sysprocesses -- one of the tables in SQL Server's master database can be used to track which SQL Server users are currently logged in and which database(s) they are accessing.

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