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Selecting the Instance of SQL Server

更新日期: 2010年4月

適用於: System Center Data Protection Manager 2010

A typical System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2010 installation includes an instance of SQL Server2008 SP1 that is installed on DPM server by DPM Setup. The instance of SQL Server that is installed by DPM Setup is included in the DPM software and does not require a separate SQL Server license.

However, when you install DPM 2010, you can specify a remote instance of SQL Server to be used by DPM instead of the default instance of SQL Server that is included with DPM.

To use a remote instance of SQL Server, the server running SQL Server and the DPM server should be located in the same domain. A specific instance of SQL Server can be used by only one DPM server. The remote instance of SQL Server cannot be on a computer that is running as a domain controller.

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If the remote instance of SQL Server is running as a domain account, you should enable the named pipes protocol for communication with the DPM server. For instructions on configuring the named pipes protocol, see Configuring Client Network Protocols (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=87976).

The remote instance of SQL Server must be running SQL Server 2008 SP1, Standard or Enterprise Edition, including the following components:

  • SQL Server Database Engine

  • Reporting Services

We recommend you use the following settings on the remote instance of SQL Server:

  • Use the default failure audit setting.

  • Use the default Windows Authentication mode.

  • Enable password policy checking.

  • Install only the SQL Server Database Engine and Reporting Services components.

  • A remote instance of SQL Server should not run as Local System.

  • Run SQL Server by using a low-privileged domain user account.

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