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March, 2009

  • SQL Security

    SQL Server EncryptByKey cryptographic message description

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    Since the introduction of SQL Server 2008 extensible key management (EKM), new opportunities may arise to handle data encryption on the client while still making the plaintext data accessible to authorized users in SQL Server. One issue between SQL Server...
  • SQL Security

    Enforce Windows Password Policy on SQL Server Logins

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    If users choose to use SQL login to connect to SQL Server rather than using NT authenticating, it is worth to remind that SQL server does provide the option of enforcing window password policy on SQL logins. When creating a SQL login you can specify...
  • SQL Security

    Interested in Compliance?

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    I'm pretty sure that there are many of you who have to deal with regulatory compliance but how many of you are aware that we have a SQL Server Compliance web portal? Check out http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/compliance.aspx . There's a lot...
  • SQL Security

    Feedback requested: Default schemas for Windows groups

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    We would like your feedback on the scenarios where you need to assign default schemas to Windows groups. We have a post in the forums , but there has only been one reply so far. Please, if you have an opinion or even just want to express your support...
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