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Just a general question.

What are some considerations when installing SQL Server Enterprise 2008, if any?

(i know this is generic but just seeing if there are any tips or suggestions)

This is on a development box and would like to include SSRS and SSAS.
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First of you need to check hardware and software requirement that can be verify from below link

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143506%28v=sql.100%29.aspx

During installation Change default database path to other drive ( do not keep database files on Root (OS volume)

Database backup :- again that need to keep separate drive or network location
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Please make sure you have sufficient RAM and CPU to host all services.  Also make sure your IO subsystem can cope with all the services.
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