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Installing SQL Server 2000 (64-bit)

SQL Server 2000

  This topic applies only to SQL Server 2000 (64-bit).

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Overview Read a quick summary of the steps involved in the Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 (64-bit) Setup, and how long the process takes. The remaining topics are ordered in the setup sequence.
Starting Setup (64-bit) Start the installation of SQL Server or any of its features.
Specifying SQL Server Features (64-bit) Specify the SQL Server features to install.
Naming Instances (64-bit) Specify whether to install the default instance or a named instance, and the name for a named instance.
Specifying Service Accounts (64-bit) Specify accounts used to run the services corresponding to the features that you are installing.
Defining the Authentication Mode (64-bit) Specify whether to use Windows Authentication only or to allow both Windows and SQL Server Authentication to verify users.
Specifying the Collation Setting (64-bit) Modify the collation settings for your SQL Server installation.
Choosing the Licensing Mode (64-bit) Choose whether to use per-seat or per-processor licensing.

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