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The FILESTREAM feature allows storing BLOB data (example: word documents, image files, music and videos etc) in the NT file system and ensures transactional consistency between the unstructured data stored in the NT file system and the structured data stored in the table.
Storing BLOB data in NT file system, allows SQL Server to take advantage of the NTFS I/O streaming capabilities and at the same time, maintain transactional consistency of the data.
Moreover management (backup, restore, security etc) of the data will be a pain too.
FILESTREAM was introduced in SQL Server 2008 for the storage and management of unstructured data.
However, it became clear that we were missing out on some extraordinarily useful functionality, so we asked Jacob Sebastian to come up with a simple and clear-cut account of the FILESTREAM feature in SQL Server 2008. Storing and managing unstructured data was tricky prior to the release of SQL Server 2008.
Before then, there were two approaches to storing unstructured data in SQL Server.
If you wish to automate this process, you could try running the VBScript given at How to enable FILESTREAM from the command line. Once FILESTREAM feature is enabled, the next step is to configure FILESTREAM Access Level.This is an additional step that is required only if you configure FILESTREAM after the installation of SQL Server.Open SQL Server Management Studio and open the properties of the SQL Server 2008 instance.To enable FILESTREAM feature, go to ‘SQL Server configuration Manager’ and right click on instance of SQL Server Service and select ‘properties’.The property page will show an additional tab labeled ‘FILESTREAM’, which looks exactly the same as the FILESTREAM configuration page shown as part of the installation wizard.