General - Do you use a SQL Server Indexes Naming Standard?
This standard outlines the procedure on naming Indexes at SSW for SQL Server. Use this standard when creating new Indexes or if you find an older Index that doesn't follow that standard.
Note: There is not a lot of use naming Indexes - we only do it when we are printing out documentation or using the 'Index Tuning Wizard' - then it becomes really handy.
Index names are to have this syntax:
[pkc_] [TableName] by [FieldName]
  
 All indexes must have a corresponding prefix.
|pkc_||Primary Key, Clustered|
|pknc_||Primary Key, Non Clustered|
|ncu_||Non Clustered, Unique|
|nc_||Non Clustered (Most Common)|
Make unique index name if possible. Ie. ProductName
 The name of the table that the Index refers to.  The name of the column(s) that the Index refers to.
Index 'BillingID' Primary Key 'aaaaaClient\_PK'
Figure: Bad Example
Figure: Good Example