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MS SQL Server 2005 Install on non C: drive

Posted on 2006-07-20
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I want to install MS SQL Server 2005 to another
drive on the server (not the C: drive).  
How do I do this ?
When installing MS SQL Server 2000, you can specifiy
the destination path (defaults to C:).
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YOu should be able to change this, if it defauilts to C:\ can you edit this to a diffferent dirve?   is there an option for a custom install ?
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by:vd
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Found it. Not as obvious as SQL 2000 install.
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where? how do i change it?
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