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  • Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition&SQL Server Management Studio Express

    Installation and Configuration Guides

  • System Requirements

  • We have two separate Installers setup files for:

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition SQL Server Management Studio Express

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition (SQL Server Express) is a powerful and reliable data management product that delivers rich features, data protection, and performance for embedded application clients, light Web applications, and local data stores. Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express (SSMSE) is a free, easy-to-use graphical management tool for managing SQL Server 2005 Express Edition and SQL Server 2005 Express Edition with Advanced Services. SSMSE can also manage instances of the SQL Server Database Engine created by any edition of SQL Server 2005. Installation Guide

  • Installation Guide for

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • When you click on the SQLEXPR icon to start the Installation of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition, You would see the following extractor dialogue firstInstallation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • Once the self-extractor would finish extracting the files, the Setup would be started. In the first step, End User License Agreement dialogue would appear You MUST tick the checkbox for I accept the licensing terms and conditionsThen click on Next button to proceed further Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • Next would appear the dialogue box for Installing Prerequisites..Indicating a couple of supporting components for SQL Server EE..The setup would install these component by itself Click on Install button to continueInstallation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • Once the setup would install the required supporting components, it would give a success message .

    When these components are installed, click on Next button to proceed Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • In the next step, The setup would scan the computer configuration to determine if your machine is fulfilling the minimal installation requirementsInstallation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • Once the computer configuration is done,, Installation Wizard would appearclick on Next button to further proceed the setup Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • In the next step, The setup would do some System Configuration CheckThis would be an automatic step and it would do all the checking by itselfIf there would be no issue or problem,, it would give the success messageOnce Successful, click on Next button to further proceed Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • The setup would do some Installation preparation before actual Installation would begin Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • Registration Information dialogue box would appear..Name is the mandatory field, which MUST be filled with some valid valuewhereas, the Company field is optionalclick on Next buttonInstallation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • Next would be the Feature Selection Dialogue boxThere would be two types of FeaturesDatabase ServicesClient Components

    You can click on + sign to expand a certain category..

    If any of the subcomponent for a feature would be unavailable, it would appear to be a gray icon

    If all of the subcomponents for a feature would be unavailable, it would appear to be a white icon with a Red color cross .Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • Click on + sign to expand the each Feature category..

    Subcomponents for each category would appear Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • Click on the small arrow, appearing on the sub-component iconit would display an option menu for that sub-component

    To include that subcomponent, click on the first option will be installed on local hard drive

    Choose this option for each Subcomponent, separately clicking on The little arrow against each of it .. Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • Once all features are made available locally, it would appear to be like this ..

    You can click on Browse button if you need to change the Installation path But it is recommended that you continue with default

    Click on Next button to continue the setup Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • Just one step back, you might have noticed that there was an optionHide advanced configuration options If you would check that, some of the advance options would not appear during the setup,, but it is recommended to uncheck this and continue the setup Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • The Instance Name dialogue box would appearHere you can specify if you want to create a named instance with any name

    But it is recommended to keep it Default ..

    Note: This dialogue box would only appear If you had uncheck the Hide advance configuration option at Registration Information dialogue boxInstallation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • Next, Service Account dialogue box would appear

    As you can See, there are various types of Services AccountsIn the next few slides, I have tried to describe about each of the service type

    Note: This dialogue box would only appear If you had uncheck the Hide advance configuration option at Registration Information dialogue boxInstallation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition

  • Service Accounts

    Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express EditionCustomize the logon for each service account

    Select the Customize for each service account check box to customize settings for individual services.This option assigns specific logon accounts to individual services. Click this check box to implement the principle of least privileges, where SQL Server services are granted the minimum permissions they need to complete their tasks.

    If this check box is not selected, the same account and settings are used for all SQL Server services.

    Select any of the following services to customize its settings.

    Select this service To configure authentication settings for SQL Server The SQL Server Database EngineSQL Server AgentThe service that executes jobs, monitors, SQL Server, and allows automation of administrative tasks.Analysis ServicesAnalysis ServicesReporting ServicesReporting Services. Service accounts are used to configure a report server database connection. Choose a domain user account if you want to connect to a report server database on a remote SQL Server instance. If you are using a local report server database, you can use a domain user account or Local System to run the service.SQL Server BrowserSQL Server Browser is the name resolution service that provides SQL Server connection information to client computers. This service is shared across multiple SQL Server and Integration Services instances.

  • Service Accounts

    Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express EditionUse the built-in System account You can assign Local System, Network Service, or Local Service to the logon for the configurable SQL Server services.

    The Local System option specifies a local system account that does not require a password to connect to SQL Server on the same computer. However, the local system account may restrict the SQL Server installation from interacting with other servers, depending on the privileges granted to the account.

    The Network Service account is a special, built-in account that is similar to an authenticated user account. The Network Service account has the same level of access to resources and objects as members of the Users group. Services that run as the Network Service account access network resources using the credentials of the computer account.

    The Local Service account is a special, built-in account that is similar to an authenticated user account. The Local Service account has the same level of access to resources and objects as members of the Users group. This limited access helps safeguard your system if individual services or processes are compromised. Services that run as the Local Service account access network resources as a null session with no credentials.

    Important: We recommend that you do not use the Network Service account for the SQL Server or the SQL Server Agent services. Local User or Domain User accounts are more appropriate for these SQL Server services.

  • Service Accounts

    Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express EditionUse a domain user account

    Specifies a domain user account that uses Windows Authentication to set up and connect to SQL Server. Microsoft recommends using a domain user account with minimal rights for the SQL Server service, as the SQL Server service does not require administrator account privileges.

    The SQL Server Agent account must have administrator privileges if you create CmdExec and ActiveScript jobs that belong to someone other than a SQL Server administrator, or if you use the AutoRestart feature. If the above features are requirements in your environment, consider using separate service accounts for the SQL Server and SQL Server Agent services.

  • Service Accounts

    Installation GuideMicrosoft SQL Server 2005 Express EditionFor best practice, it is recommended to choose Use the Built-in System Account and Local Service

    Also check the SQL Server and SQL Browser services to be started at the end of setup

    Click on Next