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I have searched online and it appears that currently there is no best practice analyer for SQL Server 2008. So I installed the SQL Server 2005 BPA and client driver does for SQL Server 2005 could not connect to SQL Server 2008 instance. Should proceed further or simply give up searching for Best Practice for SQL Server 2008?
recently I was playing with SQL Server 2008r2 BPA. I have installed Baseline Configuration Analyzer in my workstation and my server has BPA installed.
Now when ever I try to run analysis on my workstation. I always get following errors,
1. User is not a member of Administrators group on remote machine, OR
2. Powershell Remoting is not Enabled on Remote Server
Now I am sure that I am Admin of that server machine and I have enabled the PS Remoting (because when I try to rerun the commands to enable remoting in PS it says it is enabled). Also, I can run BPA on my server if I run it locally (by logging into the server
If any one has any suggestion, I will really appreciate it.
on physical and or virutal machine, such as considerations regarding disk I/O, CPU, RAM, Network etc.
I've searched and seemed to find conflicting information. Is there any place that gives instruction on how to install SPF2010 and Search Express 2010 on the same server? I set up a single WFE with separate SQL backend farm for
SPF2010 testing, but then discoverd that Search Express was required to be able to add the PDF iFilter we use extensively in WSS 3.0. The one page I found in Technet that lists articles about "upgrade" doesn't have anything linked yet and various
forum entries appear to be contradictory. So can anyone tell me what the best practice is? Do I start over and just install Search Express and add my SPF site collections to it? Can I install Search Express and select existing
farm (the SPF one) rather than new farm as the installation instructions say? And if they really should be on separate WFE servers, how do I get the SPF sites to use the SSE search? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.