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A

Access Control Lists
adding and deleting members, 13.6.3
available security groups, 13.6
Active Directory
adding and deleting security group members, 13.6.3
automatic discovery of directory servers, 13.2.2
connecting to a database, 13.5
how Oracle directory objects appear, 13.2.7
integration with directory servers, 13.5
managing Access Control Lists, 13.6
managing security groups, 13.6
requirements for using Oracle, 13.5
testing connectivity from client computers, 13.5
testing connectivity with SQL*Plus, 13.2.4
testing database connectivity, 13.2.4
user interface extensions, 13.2.4
Active Directory Users and Computers
integration with Oracle objects in Active Directory, 13.2.3
Advanced Replication support
data dictionary tables, 4.8.3
initialization parameter requirements, 4.8.2
tablespace requirements, 4.8.1, 4.8.3
alert logs
monitoring a database, 6.1
using, 6.4
application development
finding information, 16.1
architecture
thread-based, 1.1.2
archiving mode
controlling, 5.8
custom database, 5.8
starter database, 5.8
archiving procedures
for redo log files, 5.8
asmtool
starting, 2.2.4
asmtoolg
starting, 2.2.4
audit trail
managing, 6.3.2
operating system, 2.4.1
AUDIT_FILE_DEST, 6.3.2, 14.4
authentication
automatically enabling during installation, 9.4
enhancements, 9.3
OSAUTH_PREFIX_DOMAIN parameter, 10.2.1.1
overview, 9.1, 13.4
using a password file, 5.5
using Windows native authentication methods, 13.4
using Windows native methods, 9.1
viewing parameter settings, 10.1.6
Automatic Storage Management
about, 1.1.1
Automatic Storage Management Configuration Assistant
starting, 2.2.3
auto-starting
Oracle Database services, 5.1.4

B

background processes
querying, 1.1.2
Backing up Database, 8.3
backup
control files, 15.3.1.20
databases, 3.3.10
Backup Wizard
preferred tools, 2.1.2
block size
maximum, 14.7
blocks for each file, maximum, 14.7

C

commands
CREATE DATABASE, 3.3.6
NET START, 3.3.7
REGEDT32, 3.3.9
configuration parameters
defined, 15.1
LOCAL, C.4.1
registry, defined, 15.1
TNS_ADMIN, C.4.2
USE_SHARED_SOCKET, C.4.3
configuring
Named Pipes Protocol Adapter, C.5.2
Oracle Spatial, 4.7
Oracle Text, 4.6
CONNECT /AS SYSDBA
connecting without a password, 9.4
using, 5.2
connecting
LOCAL parameter, C.4.1
to a database, 5.2
control files
maximum size, 14.7
CREATE DATABASE command, 3.3.6
CREATE LIBRARY command, 16.2.5
custom database
archiving mode, 5.8

D

data dictionary
Advanced Replication tables, 4.8.3
Data Pump Export
starting, 2.2.4
Data Pump Import
starting, 2.2.4
database administrator privileges
for a single database on a computer, 10.1.10
for all databases on a computer, 10.1.3
Database Configuration Assistant
preferred tools, 2.1.2
registering a database object in a directory server, 13.2.6
starting, 2.2.3
database connection
error messages, D.4
database files
deleting, 3.3.2
database monitoring
using Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor, 6.2
with alert logs, 6.4
with Event Viewer, 6.3
with trace files, 6.4
database operator privileges
for a single database on a computer, 10.1.11
for all databases on a computer, 10.1.4
database privileges
in Windows local groups, 10.2.3.1
database tools
operating system compatibility, 2.1.1
starting from the command line, 2.2.4
starting from the Start Menu, 2.2.3
starting in multiple Oracle Homes, 2.2.1
databases
backing up, 3.3.10
connecting to, 5.2
creating manually, 3.3
deleting, 3.3.2
exporting, 3.3.1
importing, 3.3.8
monitoring, 6.1
naming conventions, 3.1
password encryption, 5.7
shutting down, 5.2, 5.3
starting, 5.2
DBVERIFY
starting, 2.2.4
debugging external procedures, 16.4
developing applications
for Windows, 16.1
diagnostic and tuning utilities
for Windows, 2.5
directory servers
automatic discovery of directory servers, 13.2.2
features integrated with Oracle11g, 13.2.1
how Oracle directory objects display in Active Directory, 13.2.7
integration with Active Directory, 13.5
managing Access Control Lists, 13.6
requirements for using Oracle with Active Directory, 13.5
user interface extensions, 13.2.4
DisplayName parameter, C.2.1
DLLs
compared to UNIX shared libraries, E.5
displaying with Task List, 2.5
external procedures, 16.2.4
Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor, 15.3.3.1
Oracle Real Application Clusters, 15.4
DNS-style naming convention, 13.5
Duplicating a Database, 8.6

E

encrypting, database passwords, 5.7
enhanced security, 4.3.1
error messages
DIM-00000 to DIM-00039, D.3
Intercartridge Exchange, 16.6.4
ORA-01102, 3.1
ORA-09275, D.1
ORA-12560, D.4
OSD-04000 to OSD-04099, D.2.1
OSD-04100 to OSD-04199, D.2.2
OSD-04200 to OSD-04299, D.2.3
OSD-04300 to OSD-04399, D.2.4
OSD-04400 to OSD-04499, D.2.5
OSD-04500 to OSD-04599, D.2.6
Event Viewer
blue (informational) icon, 6.3
defined, 2.4.1
for monitoring a database, 6.1
integration with Oracle Database, 2.4.1
logging operating system audit trail, 2.4.1
managing, 6.3.2
reading, 6.3.1
red (stop sign) icon, 6.3
starting, 2.2.5
using, 6.3
yellow (exclamation point) icon, 6.3
exception conditions, Intercartridge Exchange, 16.6.3
executable images
modifying, 1.1.2
EXECUTE privileges, on a PL/SQL library, 16.2.5
Export
databases, 3.3.1
interactive mode, 3.3.1
parameter mode, 3.3.1, 3.3.1
preferred tools, 2.1.2
starting, 2.2.4
Export Wizard
preferred tools, 2.1.2
extended partition
defined, B.1
EXTERNAL clause, 16.2.5
external operating system users
administering, 10.1, 10.2
creating, 10.1.7, 10.2.1
external procedures
building a DLL, 16.2.4
creating a PL/SQL library, 16.2.5
debugging, 16.4
EXTERNAL clause, 16.2.5
granting EXECUTE privileges, 16.2.5
registering with Oracle Database, 16.2.5
using EXTPROC, 16.2.2.2
writing, 16.2.3
external roles
administering, 10.1, 10.2
creating, 10.1.9
external users
administering, 10.1, 10.2
creating, 10.1.7, 10.2.1
EXTPROC
example, 16.2.3
explained, 16.2.2.1
responsibilities, 16.2.2.2

F

features
4GT tuning, 1.2.2
large user populations, 1.2.3
Oracle PKI, 1.3.1
file I/O enhancements, 1.1.3
file permissions, 4.3.1
files
maximum number for each database, 14.7
maximum size possible, 14.7
sample init.ora, 14.2
trace, 6.4
FSEEK
line terminators, 16.5

H

Hostname parameter, 6.2.1

I

ICX. See Intercartridge Exchange
ImagePath parameter, C.2.1
Import
databases, 3.3.8
parameter mode, 3.3.8
preferred tools, 2.1.2
Import Wizard
preferred tools, 2.1.2
initialization parameter file
defined, 14.1
editing, 14.1.2
location, 14.1.1
initialization parameter requirements
Advanced Replication Support, 4.8.2
initialization parameters
OS_ROLES, 9.3
path in registry, 15.3.1.5
instances
modifying, 3.4.4
Oracle Database, 1.1.2
running multiple instances, 5.4
integration with Windows
4GT tuning, 1.2.2
Oracle Fail Safe, 1.3.3
Oracle PKI, 1.3.1
Oracle Services for MTS, 1.3.2
Intercartridge Exchange
accessing Web data, 16.6
configuring, 16.6.1
error messages, 16.6.4
exception conditions, 16.6.3
packaged functions, 16.6.2
stored packages, 16.6.2
using, 16.6.2

K

keys
defined, 15.2

L

Load Wizard
preferred tools, 2.1.2
local database role
creating, 10.1.8
local groups
with database privileges, 10.2.3.1
LOCAL networking parameter, C.4.1
logs
alert, 6.4

M

MAXDATAFILES, 3.3.3
memory usage, 7.4
Microsoft Certificate Services, 12.2.2
Microsoft Certificate Stores, 12.2.1
Microsoft Management Console
defined, 2.4.2
integration with Oracle Database, 2.4.2
starting, 2.2.5
Microsoft ODBC Administration
starting, 2.2.3
Migration Utility
preferred tools, 2.1.2
MMC. See Microsoft Management Console
monitoring
alert logs, 6.1
Event Viewer, 6.1
Management Pack, 6.1
Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor, 6.1
Oracle Database events, 2.4.3
trace files, 6.1
multiple instances, running, 5.4
multiple Oracle homes
service naming conventions, 5.1.1
multithreaded agent architecture, 16.3

N

Named Pipes Protocol Adapter
with an Oracle Names Server, C.5.2
naming conventions for multiple Oracle homes, 5.1.1
NET START command, 3.3.7
networking parameters
LOCAL, C.4.1
TNS_ADMIN, C.4.2
USE_SHARED_SOCKET, C.4.3
NTFS
file system permission setting, 4.3
NTS. See Windows native authentication

O

ObjectName parameter, C.2.1
OCOPY
and raw files, 1.1.4
preferred tools, 2.1.2
operating system authentication
automatically enabling during installation, 9.4
connecting as SYSDBA without a password, 9.4
OSAUTH_PREFIX_DOMAIN parameter, 10.2.1.1
operating systems
audit trail, 2.4.1
authentication overview, 9.1, 13.4
operfcfg
starting, 2.2.4
syntax examples, 15.7.1
ORA_DBA local group
adding users to, 9.4
Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows
adding a computer to the navigation tree, 10.1.2
connecting to a database, 10.1.5
creating a local database role, 10.1.8
creating an external operating system user, 10.1.7
creating an external role, 10.1.9
database connection issues, 10.1.5.1
defined, 2.4.3
granting administrator privileges, 10.1.10
granting operator privileges, 10.1.11
integration with Oracle Database, 2.4.3
managing remote computers, 10.1.1
saving a navigation tree configuration, 10.1.2
setting OS_AUTHENT_PREFIX, 10.1.6
starting, 2.2.3
using, 10.1, 15.6, 15.7.2
using the Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor snap-in, 15.7.2
using the Oracle Home Configuration snap-in, 15.6
viewing authentication settings, 10.1.6
Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor
accessing, 6.2.2
for monitoring a database, 6.1
Hostname parameter, 6.2.1
integration with Windows, E.3
parameters, 15.3.3.1
Password parameter, 6.2.1
registry information, 6.2.1
starting, 2.2.3, 2.2.5
troubleshooting information, 6.2.5
Username parameter, 6.2.1
using, 2.4.3, 6.2, 15.7.2
Oracle Database
connecting to, 5.2
password encryption, 5.7
shutting down, 5.2, 5.3
specifications, 14.7
starting, 5.2
Oracle Database services
auto-starting, 5.1.4
naming conventions for multiple Oracle homes, 5.1.1
shutting down a database, 5.3
starting, 5.1.2
stopping, 5.1.3
Oracle Database Upgrade Assistant
preferred tools, 2.1.2
starting, 2.2.3
Oracle Directory Manager
starting, 2.2.3
Oracle Enterprise Manager
Management Pack, 6.1
Oracle Enterprise Manager Console
preferred tools, 2.1.2
Oracle Home Configuration snap-in
using, 15.6
Oracle Locale Builder
starting, 2.2.3
Oracle Managed Files, 3.3.6
Oracle Migration Workbench
starting, 2.2.3
Oracle Names
Named Pipes Protocol Adapter, C.5.2
Oracle Net
configuring for external procedures, 16.2.2.2
Oracle Net Configuration Assistant
configuring Oracle software with a directory server, 13.2.2, 13.2.6
creating the Oracle schema, 13.3
starting, 2.2.3
Oracle Net directory naming
connecting to a database through a directory server, 13.5
Oracle Net Manager
starting, 2.2.3
Oracle public key infrastructure, 12.1
Oracle Real Application Clusters
registry values, 15.4
Oracle schema
creating with Oracle Net Configuration Assistant, 13.3
Oracle Spatial
configuring, 4.7
Oracle Text
configuring, 4.6
Oracle Wallet Manager, 11.3.1
starting, 2.2.3
Oracle Wallets, 11.3
storing in the registry, 11.3
storing private keys and trust points, 11.1
ORACLE_SID, 3.3.9, 5.4
OracleDBCreator security group
defined, 13.6.1.1
OracleHOME_NAMEClientCache, C.2.1
OracleHOME_NAMECMAdmin, C.2.1
OracleHOME_NAMECMan, C.2.1
OracleHOME_NAMETNSListener, C.2.1
OracleHOME_NAMETNSListener service, C.5.2
OracleNetAdmins security group
defined, 13.6.1.2
ORADIM
command syntax errors, D.3
modifying an instance, 3.4.4
moving or copying password files, 5.5
preferred tools, 2.1.2
starting, 2.2.4
ORAPWD
creating password files, 5.5
starting, 2.2.4
OS_AUTHENT_PREFIX parameter
case insensitivity, 10.2.1.1
defined, 10.1.6
using, 10.2.1.1
OS_ROLES parameter
defined, 10.1.6
using with external roles, 9.3
OSAUTH_PREFIX_DOMAIN, 10.1.1, 10.2.1.1
OSAUTH_PREFIX_DOMAIN parameter, 10.2.1.1
Overview of Database Backup and Recovery with VSS, 8.1

P

packaged functions
Intercartridge Exchange, 16.6.2
UTL_HTTP.REQUEST, 16.6.2.1
UTL_HTTP.REQUEST_PIECES, 16.6.2.2
parameter mode
Export, 3.3.1, 3.3.1
Import, 3.3.8
parameters
AUDIT_FILE_DEST, 6.3.2
DisplayName, 15.3.3.2, C.2.1
Hostname, 6.2.1, 15.3.3.1
ImagePath, 15.3.3.2, C.2.1
INST_LOC, 15.3.2.1
LOCAL, C.4.1, C.4.1
LOGFILE, 15.3.3.1
MSHELP_TOOLS, 15.3.1.1
NLS_LANG and Other Globalization Parameters, 15.3.1.2
ObjectName, 15.3.3.2, C.2.1
OO4O, 15.3.2.2
ORA_AFFINITY, 15.3.1.10
ORA_CWD, 15.3.1.3
ORA_SID_AUTOSTART, 15.3.1.4
ORA_SID_PFILE, 15.3.1.5
ORA_SID_SHUTDOWN, 15.3.1.6
ORA_SID_SHUTDOWN_TIMEOUT, 15.3.1.7
ORA_SID_SHUTDOWNTYPE, 15.3.1.8
Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor, 15.7
ORACLE_BASE, 15.3.1.11
ORACLE_GROUP_NAME, 15.3.1.12
ORACLE_HOME, 15.3.1.13
ORACLE_HOME_KEY, 15.3.1.14
ORACLE_HOME_NAME, 15.3.1.15
ORACLE_PRIORITY, 15.3.1.16
ORACLE_SID, 3.3.9, 5.4, 15.3.1.17
OS_AUTHENT_PREFIX, 10.1.6
OS_ROLES, 10.1.6
OSAUTH_PREFIX_DOMAIN, 10.1.1, 10.2.1.1, 15.3.1.18
Password, 6.2.1
PERF_FILE_NAME, 15.3.3.1
RDBMS_ARCHIVE, 15.3.1.19
RDBMS_CONTROL, 15.3.1.20
REMOTE_LOGIN_PASSWORDFILE, 5.5
SQLPATH, 15.3.1.21
TNS_ADMIN, C.4.2
USE_SHARED_SOCKET, C.4.3
Username, 6.2.1, 15.3.3.1
partitions
extended, B.1
logical partition, B.1.2
physical disk, B.1.1
raw, B.1
password
encryption, 5.7
not needed with SYSDBA, 9.4
utility, 5.5
password file
authenticating database administrators, 5.5
creating, 5.5
hiding, 5.5
viewing, 5.5.1
Password parameter, 6.2.1, 15.3.3.1
PERFORMANCE key, 15.3.3.1
Performance Monitor
See Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor
Performance Pack, monitoring a database, 6.1
PhysicalDrive, B.1.1
PL/SQL Embedded Gateway, 16.1.6
postinstallation
setting NTFS file system permissions, 4.3
setting Windows registry security, 4.3.3
PRAGMA RESTRICT_REFERENCES, with Intercartridge Exchange, 16.6.3
privileges
in Windows local groups, 10.2.3.1
Process Explode, 2.5
Process Viewer, 2.5
PWDSID.ORA file, 5.5

R

raw files
using, 1.1.4
raw partition
defined, B.1
logical partition, B.1.2
overview, B.1
physical disk, B.1.1
Recovery Manager
preferred tools, 2.1.2
starting, 2.2.4
Recovery Wizard
preferred tools, 2.1.2
redo log files
archiving, 5.8
REGEDT32 command, 3.3.9
registering an external procedure, 16.2.5
registry
adding parameters, 15.5.2
and Oracle Real Application Clusters, 15.4
configuration parameters, defined, 15.1
DisplayName, 15.3.3.2, C.2.1
editor, 15.2
editor, starting, 2.2.5
Hostname, 6.2.1, 15.3.3.1
ImagePath, 15.3.3.2, C.2.1
INST_LOC, 15.3.2.1
keys, defined, 15.2
LOGFILE, 15.3.3.1
modifying values, 15.5
MSHELP_TOOLS, 15.3.1.1
NLS_LANG and Other Globalization Parameters, 15.3.1.2
ObjectName, 15.3.3.2, C.2.1
OO4O, 15.3.2.2
ORA_AFFINITY, 15.3.1.10
ORA_CWD, 15.3.1.3
ORA_SID_AUTOSTART, 15.3.1.4
ORA_SID_PFILE, 15.3.1.5
ORA_SID_SHUTDOWN, 15.3.1.6
ORA_SID_SHUTDOWN_TIMEOUT, 15.3.1.7
ORA_SID_SHUTDOWNTYPE, 15.3.1.8
ORACLE_BASE, 15.3.1.11
ORACLE_GROUP_NAME, 15.3.1.12
ORACLE_HOME, 15.3.1.13
ORACLE_HOME_KEY, 15.3.1.14
ORACLE_HOME_NAME, 15.3.1.15
ORACLE_PRIORITY, 15.3.1.16
ORACLE_SID, 15.3.1.17
OracleHOME_NAMEClientCache, C.2.1
OracleHOME_NAMECMAdmin, C.2.1
OracleHOME_NAMECMan, C.2.1
OracleHOME_NAMETNSListener, C.2.1
OSAUTH_PREFIX_DOMAIN, 10.2.1.1, 15.3.1.18
Password, 6.2.1, 15.3.3.1
PERF_FILE_NAME, 15.3.3.1
PERFORMANCE key, 15.3.3.1
RDBMS_ARCHIVE, 15.3.1.19
RDBMS_CONTROL, 15.3.1.20
REG_DWORD, 15.2, 15.5.2
REG_EXPAND_SZ, 15.2, 15.5.2
REG_MULTI_SZ, 15.2, 15.5.2
REG_SZ, 15.2, 15.5.2
REGEDT32, 15.5.1, 15.5.2
setting security, 4.3.3
SQLPATH, 15.3.1.21
update ORACLE_SID, 3.3.9
Username, 6.2.1, 15.3.3.1
using operfcfg, 15.7.1
remote computers
managing with Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows, 10.1.1
REMOTE_LOGIN_PASSWORDFILE, 5.5
requirements
for using Oracle with Active Directory, 13.5
Restoring and Recovering a Database, 8.4
role authorization
description, 9.3
method enhancements, 9.3
roles
creating, 10.1.9
creating a local database role, 10.1.8

S

security groups
adding and deleting members, 13.6.3
services, 5.1.1
auto-starting, 5.1.4
shutting down a database, 5.3
starting, 3.3.4, 5.1.2
stopping, 5.1.3
SET INSTANCE command, 10.2.2.2, 10.2.3.1
SET ORACLE_SID=SID, 5.4
Shared Server Process, 1.2.3
shutting down
databases, 5.2, 5.3
snap-ins
Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor, 15.7.2
Oracle Home Configuration, 15.6
SQL*Loader
control file conventions, 2.3.2
preferred tools, 2.1.2
starting, 2.2.4
SQL*Plus
connecting to a database through Active Directory, 13.2.4
preferred tools, 2.1.2
shutting down the database, 5.2
starting, 2.2.3, 2.2.4, 5.2
starting the database, 5.2
SQL*Plus Worksheet
preferred tools, 2.1.2
starting, 2.2.3
sqlnet.ora file
and Windows native authentication, 10.2.2.2, 10.2.3.1
location of, 10.2.2.2, 10.2.3.1
starter database
archiving mode, 5.8
starting
databases, 5.2
Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor, 6.2.2
Oracle Database services, 5.1.2
SQL*Plus, 5.2
Steps of Backup and Recovery with VSS, 8.1.4
stopping, Oracle Database services, 5.1.3
stored packages, Intercartridge Exchange, 16.6.2
storing private keys and trust points
Oracle Wallets, 11.1
symbolic links
creating, B.3
SYSDBA privileges
connecting without a password, 9.4
for a single database on a computer, 10.1.10
for all databases on a computer, 10.1.3
SYSOPER privileges
for a single database on a computer, 10.1.11
for all databases on a computer, 10.1.4

T

tablespaces
Advanced Replication support, 4.8.1, 4.8.3
Task List, 2.5
Task Manager
starting, 2.2.5
using, 2.4.5
threads
and Microsoft Management Console, 2.4.2
and multiple Oracle Database instances, 1.1.2
and ORASTACK, 1.1.2
and shared server process, 1.2.3
and UNIX processes, E.13
defined, 1.1.2
optional and required, 1.1.2
process errors, D.2
processor affinity, 15.3.1.10
scheduling priority, 15.3.1.16
TKPROF
starting, 2.2.4
TNS_ADMIN networking parameter, C.4.2
tools, starting
asmtool, 2.2.4
asmtoolg, 2.2.4
Automatic Storage Management Configuration Assistant, 2.2.3
Data Pump Export, 2.2.4
Data Pump Import, 2.2.4
Database Configuration Assistant, 2.2.3
DBVERIFY, 2.2.4
Event Viewer, 2.2.5
Export, 2.2.4
Microsoft Management Console, 2.2.5
Microsoft ODBC Administration, 2.2.3
operfcfg, 2.2.4
Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows, 2.2.3
Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor, 2.2.3, 2.2.5
Oracle Database Upgrade Assistant, 2.2.3
Oracle Directory Manager, 2.2.3
Oracle Locale Builder, 2.2.3
Oracle Migration Workbench, 2.2.3
Oracle Net Configuration Assistant, 2.2.3
Oracle Net Manager, 2.2.3
Oracle Wallet Manager, 2.2.3
ORADIM, 2.2.4
ORAPWD, 2.2.4
Recovery Manager, 2.2.4
Registry Editor, 2.2.5
SQL*Loader, 2.2.4
SQL*Plus, 2.2.3, 2.2.4
SQL*Plus Worksheet, 2.2.3
Task Manager, 2.2.5
TKPROF, 2.2.4
trace files
for monitoring a database, 6.1
using, 6.4
troubleshooting
ORA-12560 error, D.4
ORA-28575 error, D.4
TNS-12203 error, D.4
tuning Windows Server operating system, 7.1

U

UNIX
and Windows, Oracle Database differences, E
USE_SHARED_SOCKET networking parameter, C.4.3
user authentication
description, 9.3
enhancement methods, 9.3
Username parameter, 6.2.1
UTL_FILE
using, 16.5
UTL_HTTP.REQUEST, Intercartridge Exchange, 16.6.2.1
UTL_HTTP.REQUEST_PIECES, Intercartridge Exchange, 16.6.2.2

V

viewing
password file, 5.5.1

W

Wallet Resource Locator, 12.2.3
Web data, Intercartridge Exchange, 16.6
Windows
and UNIX, Oracle Database differences, E
diagnostic and tuning utilities, 2.5
Windows domains
administering external users and roles, 10.1, 10.2
basic features, 9.3
Windows local groups
with database privileges, 9.4, 10.2.3.1
Windows native authentication
benefits, 9.1, 13.4
enhancements, 9.3
installation of, 9.1, 13.4
methods and use of, 9.1, 13.4
overview, 9.1, 13.4
role authorization enhancements, 9.3
setting the sqlnet.ora file, 10.2.2.2, 10.2.3.1
user and role requirements, 9.3
user authentication enhancements, 9.3
Windows tuning
applying latest service packs, 7.9
closing unnecessary foreground applications, 7.12
configuring server to be an application server, 7.4
disable unnecessary services, 7.5
foreground applications, 7.3
multiple striped volumes for sequential and random access, 7.10.1
overview, 7.1
removing unused network protocols, 7.6
resetting the network protocol bind order, 7.7
using hardware and operating system striping, 7.10
Windows-specific
audit trail, 6.3.1
automatic database startup after restart, 5.1.4
initialization parameter file, 14.1
parameter file location, 14.1.1
parameter filename and location, 14.1
password filename and location, 5.5
role syntax, 10.2.3.1
trace file names, 6.4

X

X.500 naming convention, 13.5