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Beginning SQL Server 2000 DBA: From Novice to Professional
By Tony Bain, Baya Pavliashvili, Joseph Sack, Michael Benkovich, Brian Freeman
Published: Jan 2004
Chapter 1: Being a DBA
Chapter 2: SQL Server Installation
Chapter 3: Creating a Database
Chapter 4: DML and Querying
Chapter 5: Basic Management Tasks
Chapter 6: Security
Chapter 7: Networking
Chapter 8: Backup and Recovery
Chapter 9: Replication
Chapter 10: Development with T-SQL
Chapter 11: Data Warehousing and Analysis
Chapter 12: Data Transformation Services
Chapter 13: Monitor, Profile, Tune
Chapter 14: Keeping the Plates Spinning
I hope this helps, and I am sure you with enjoy and benefit from this book.
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