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Hi, i was install sql erver 2008, but i dont see the menu SQL Server Surface Area Configuration.
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by:Raja Jegan R
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In 2008, SQL Server Surface Area Configuration was deprecated and hence it wont be available.
Those features are integrated as part of your SQL Server Configuration Manager and your SSMS itself.

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by:nolberta
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ok, in which option I see remote connection? (view file)
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Raja Jegan R earned 250 total points
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In SQL Server 2008, this will be in

1. Open SQL Server Configuration Manager --> SQL Server Network Configuration --> Protocols for MSSQLSERVER
2. If TCP/ IP is enabled, then it corresponds to the one which you saw in the above configuration of 2005.
3. If Named Pipes is enabled, then it corresponds to option 2 in snapshot.
4. If both are enabled, then it corresponds to option 3 in snapshot

Kindly revert if I need to explain more.
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