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How to edit the default database configuration (SQL Server Upgrade Wizard)

SQL Server 2000

How to edit the default database configuration (SQL Server Upgrade Wizard)

Note  To run the SQL Server Upgrade Wizard, you must have an instance of Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 already installed on your computer.

To edit the default database configuration

  1. In the Database Creation dialog box of the SQL Server Upgrade Wizard, click Edit.

  2. Click Advanced to view object details and drive summaries.

  3. In the Proposed database layout box, double-click a database file.

  4. Change any database file attributes, and then click OK.

  5. View the changes to the drive summary.

  6. When all changes have been made, click Accept to save the database configuration.

See Also

Proposed Database Layout

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