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By using this behavior, you can change some of the default settings for this provider like the connection string or whether the instance should be removed from the database after its completion, to name others.

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It means: To mention other settings

see -verb here: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/name

You can also say, to name a few. In this case, that would sound better if there are many more settings. Alternative: to name some examples

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