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Introduction Scope of this Guide New features in SQL Server 2008 New features of Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Pre-migration considerations 32 bit versus 64 bit Upgrade paths Component considerations SQL Server 2000 features not present in SQL Server 2008. Logins and dependencies: Pre-migration Installing and setting up Windows Server 2008 Enterprise and SQL Server 2008 in this environment Defining our environment Configuring the RAID drives Installing Windows Server 2008 Configuring the operating system drives Installing SQL Server 2008 Migrating to SQL Server 2008. Using the SQL Server 2008 Upgrade Advisor to analyze databases Implementing side-by-side migration Post-migration considerations Compatibility level Logins and dependencies: Post-migration Summing up Appendix A. Methodology: Creating the RAID disk groups..34 Appendix B. Methodology: Installing Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Setting IP address, subnet mask, and domain information38 Configuring data drives. Appendix C. Methodology: Installing SQL Server 2008 Appendix D. Extending available memory on 32-bit SQL Server 2008 installations – Enabling Address Windowing Extensions (AWE) Appendix E. Running the SQL Server 2008 Upgrade Advisor Appendix F. SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2008 side-byside migration: Step by step Appendix G. Transferring Windows logins via SQL Server Management Studio. SQLMail configuration. If you are currently using SQLMail, you will need to decide whether to convert to Database Mail as part of the upgrade. SQL Server 2008 does continue to support SQLMail, but Microsoft does not offer a 64-bit version of SQLMail. Microsoft plans to remove this feature in a future version of SQL Server.
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