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SQL SERVER – 64 bit Architecture and White Paper

In supportability, manageability, scalability, performance, interoperability, and business intelligence, SQL Server 2005 provides far richer 64-bit support than its predecessor. This paper describes these enhancements. Read the original paper here. Following abstract is taken from the same paper. Another interesting article on 64-bit Computing with SQL Server 2005 is here.…
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SQL SERVER – Fix : Error: 18452 Login failed for user ‘(null)’. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection.

Some errors never got old. I have seen many new DBA or Developers struggling with this errors. Error: 18452 Login failed for user ‘(null)’. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection. Fix/Solution/Workaround: Change the Authentication Mode of the SQL server from “Windows Authentication Mode (Windows Authentication)”…
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