I just came across the sql server best practices analyzer tool the other day.
My question is, what types of things does it identify.
What types of RISK does it identify, if any at all.
And basically what are the benefits of running it and fixing the issues it finds, or what are the risks of ignoring the issues it flags up, i.e. worst case what could go wrong -- and likelehood of it going wrong if you dont fix it?
Thanks so all the tests it tests for - if ignored - technically can create a risk?
Is there anywhere without downloading the tool which lists every test it tests for and the issue/risk
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