You either love or hate “Local Service”, “Network Service”, and “Local System”. Have you ever avoided setting up individual Service Accounts for SQL Server, IIS, SharePoint, or other enterprise applications and simply defaulted these built-in accounts? Perhaps you didn’t know that it’s “best practice” to use domain accounts for these services. Or, perhaps you knew [...]
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A couple of days ago, Microsoft released a free e-book describing SQL Server 2008 R2 and the exciting features it offers.
For the less technical, the book’s overview targets technical readers, so I’ll attempt to summarize the new features of R2 for the less-technical decision makers.
Virtualization: This comes first, because a lot of your teams wrote-off [...]