June, 2012

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  • SQL Shep

    SQL 2012 Security Audit 1

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    While the SQL Server audit is not difficult to setup, I am still seeing many folks use and ask about SQL server side trace to address their auditing needs. Though the SQL Server Audit is a bit confusing the first time or two you set it up it is vastly...
  • SQL Shep

    PASS 2012 Sessions posted

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    Nothing techy today, just a reminder that phase 1 of PASS early registration ends June 30. The individual rate will go from $1395 to $1595 on July 1. You will have until October 1 before the rate jumps again. If you can find 4 friends to go with, the...
  • SQL Shep

    Thank you, and Who is on my schedulers?

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    In the last two days I have had over 2000 page views on the two posts I have put up. I know I am not that good of blogger yet and the posts are not riveting, so I can only assume that it is the work of Joe Sack and Grant Fritchey who have blasted my blog...
  • SQL Shep

    SQL Server 2012 License Core Limitaion

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    Well, I wondered how long it would take before I got a case related the 2012 licensing change, looks like today was the day. I will admit, it is confusing and at the end of the day it is usually not the fault of the DBA that you ended up with a 20 core...
  • SQL Shep

    Surface and SQL

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    For my first post i can think of nothing better than mentioning the new Surface . I recall when we demoed the original Surface about 4-6 years ago, depending on where you were at the time. As time goes by it will be more difficult to find a reference...
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