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Query to check when the SQL Server Service account password was last changed. Expand / Collapse
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Posted Monday, June 16, 2014 1:13 AM


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Hello,

Is there any query available to check when the SQL Server service account password changed last time?


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Thanks.
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Probably not - it's not something that SQL Server controls. You'd be better off speaking to your AD administrator.

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If you are using a native SQL account, you can check in:
sys.server_principals
There is no date specifically for password changes, but the modify_date does get reset when the password is changed.


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