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SQL Server 2005 Best Practice Analyzer

I've been testing the re-released Best Practice Analyzer called SQL Server 2005 Best Practice Analyzer 2.0.

I find this tool to be very handy for identifying database Security & Performance issues and making fix recommendations, even though it is CTP and not final release yet.

It does NOT have to be installed on a remote server, just on a DBA's Mgmt Studio workstation. It DOES, however, require that you have Admin priviledges on the remote SQL Server in order to access the Windows registry.

Give it a spin and see what you think.

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yea
5/23/2008 2:13 AM | momo
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Hola
7/9/2008 10:17 AM | Gerardo
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SQL Server practice
11/27/2008 12:04 AM | m sree lakshmi
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practice Base
2/14/2009 2:18 AM | Manoj Kumar Gupta
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Not at This Time
7/6/2010 2:20 PM | Byron James
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# re: SQL Server 2005 Best Practice Analyzer

It does NOT have to be installed on a remote server, just on a DBA's Mgmt Studio workstation. It DOES, however, require that you have Admin priviledges on the remote SQL Server in order to access the Windows registry.


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