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Apr 23 2009   5:00AM GMT

Hardening a SQL Server implementation

BrentSheets Brent Sheets Profile: BrentSheets

Overview: “If you need to deploy, manage, or secure Microsoft SQL Server 2008, this is the complete, fast-paced, task-based reference you’ve been searching for. Authored by a world-class expert on SQL Server in the enterprise, this book goes far beyond the basics, taking on the complex tasks that DBAs need to make the most of Microsoft’s flagship database platform. SQL Server MVP, Ross Mistry presents proven techniques for SQL Server 2008 installation, upgrades, backup/restore, data transfer, indexing, high availability, security, and much more. He draws on extensive testing in high-profile production environments to offer step-by-step solutions and powerful tips you won’t find anywhere else.”

This free chapter has been selected from Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Management and Administration by Sams Publishing. Enjoy the chapter and be sure to check out the related SQL Server resources listed below. Voice your feedback on this chapter or let us know of other books you’d like to see featured on the IT Bookworm Blog by leaving a comment. Thanks.

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Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Written by
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Ross Mistry and Hilary Cotter
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Management and Administration
Sams Publishing
January 2, 2009

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Chapter 8: Hardening a SQL Server implementation

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