The Disk Space Requirements dialog box shows the disk space that
will be required by the upgrade process, as well as the available disk
space for the volume. As you can see in Figure 12, it also displays the
required disk storage for each installation directory. If there’s adequate
space to proceed with the installation, a green check mark will be displayed at the top of the screen. If there isn’t enough disk space to perform the upgrade, a red X will be displayed. Click Next to display the
Server Configuration dialog box shown in Figure 13.
Changing the Default
Startup Type and
The Server Configuration dialog box lets you change the default
startup type and authentication information for three SQL Server services: SQL Server Integration Services, SQL Full-text Filter Daemon
Launcher, and SQL Server Browser services. You can set the authentication to a domain user account, or you can accept the default values,
which are pulled from the existing configurations. Microsoft recommends that you use a separate domain account for each service. Click
Next to proceed through the upgrade installation process.
If you installed the full-text search feature on the SQL Server
instance that you’re upgrading, you’ll see the Full-text Upgrade dialog box shown in Figure 14. You use it to specify how you want the
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