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comment Windows Server 2003 and IIS6.0: Switching website to a DR server
Seems like DNS change is the best option for us, especially given that we do not physically control the servers, someone else hosts them. Thanks.
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accepted Do manual backups of SQL Server databases interfere with the automated backup process?
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comment Do manual backups of SQL Server databases interfere with the automated backup process?
Marking as answer as it seems to be inline with info I have found since. Thanks.
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revised Do manual backups of SQL Server databases interfere with the automated backup process?
Better title
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comment Windows 32-bit and 64-bit and GPT
Clearest explanation I have been given. Thanks.
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asked Do manual backups of SQL Server databases interfere with the automated backup process?
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comment WinServer 2003: Cant find process holding onto ports
I might look down this path, thanks. I know Process Explorer doesn't technically require installation, but the people managing these servers above country (who also can't help on this issue as its our application...) will have a fit if I put something on there that is not on their checklist without going through paperwork to have it done. Probably will have a 2 week turnaround on that, and they will screw it up. If I can convince the right people though... :)
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asked SQL 2005 Security - Users: What are they used for? (and other various questions)