Learn how to install .NET Framework 3.51 on Windows Server 2012 using PowerShell
.NET Framework 4.0
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Important information about .NET Framework versions, SQL Server 2012, and Windows Server 8
SQLHA Experts Tip #4
An optimal disk design for SQL Server will take into account both speed and capacity. They are two different concepts with often conflicting goals. Since writing and reading data quickly is crucial for SQL Server’s performance, deploying on a suboptimal disk subsystem will cause you pain. A SAN is not a guarantee of performance.