SQLAuthority News – Microsoft SQL Server 2005 MSIT Three Configuration Pack for Configuration Manager 2007

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 MSIT Basic Configuration Pack for Configuration Manager 2007

This configuration pack contains configuration items intended to manage your SQL Server 2005 server roles, and was developed based on settings used by Microsoft IT in the configuration of these server roles.

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 MSIT Intermediate Configuration Pack for Configuration Manager 2007

This configuration pack contains configuration items intended to manage your SQL Server 2005 server roles, and was developed based on settings used by Microsoft IT in the configuration of these server roles.

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 MSIT Comprehensive Configuration Pack for Configuration Manager 2007

This configuration pack contains configuration items intended to manage your SQL Server 2005 server roles, and was developed based on settings used by Microsoft IT in the configuration of these server roles.

The Microsoft SQL Server 2005 MSIT Comprehensive Configuration Pack includes configuration items for the following:

  • Core
  • Instance
  • System Databases
  • User Databases
  • Cluster Core
  • Cluster Instance
  • Cluster System Databases
  • Cluster User Databases

In some cases, the settings and values will be represented by a Parent and Child configuration item pair. Please note that the Child configuration item will contain the editable rules and values that an administrator may choose to modify to reflect the desired configuration for their specific environment.

Abstract courtesy : Microsoft

Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

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