Uninstall named instance SQL 2008

How do I remove a named instance of sql server 2008 on the same mssql server? If you have two instance in SQL Server 2008 and what are are the steps to remove one instance from SQL Server? To remove a named instance of sql server 2008, follow these steps 1. Navigate to Control Panel->Add/Remove ProgramsContinue reading “Uninstall named instance SQL 2008”

Microsoft Kerberos Configuration Manager for SQL Server

Source:http://blogs.msdn.com/b/farukcelik/archive/2013/05/21/new-tool-quot-microsoft-kerberos-configuration-manager-for-sql-server-quot-is-ready-to-resolve-your-kerberos-connectivity-issues.aspx You can download “Microsoft Kerberos Configuration Manager for SQL Server” from here Microsoft Kerberos Configuration Manager for SQL Server is a diagnostic tool that helps troubleshoot Kerberos related connectivity issues with SQL Server. Kerberos authentication provides a highly secure method to authenticate client and server entities (security principals) on a network.  To use Kerberos authenticationContinue reading “Microsoft Kerberos Configuration Manager for SQL Server”

How to remove/uninstall SQL Server 2008 from Windows 7/2008

I installed SQL Server 2008 R2 in my Windows 7 to configure SharePoint 2010 as a Farm.  After trying many options, I am still having problem to install SharePoint 2010 in Windows 7 as a farm using SQL Server 2008 instead of SQL Server 2008 Express Edition.  It’s time to remove SQL Server 2008 fromContinue reading “How to remove/uninstall SQL Server 2008 from Windows 7/2008”

Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2

PART I   Database Administration CHAPTER 1   SQL Server 2008 R2 Editions and Enhancements 3 CHAPTER 2   Multi-Server Administration 21 CHAPTER 3   Data-Tier Applications 41 CHAPTER 4   High Availability and Virtualization Enhancements 63 CHAPTER 5   Consolidation and Monitoring 85 PART II   Business Intelligence Development CHAPTER 6   Scalable Data Warehousing 109 CHAPTER 7   Master Data Services 125Continue reading “Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2”