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Posted Monday, August 24, 2009 4:45 AM
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I want to understand today where my Master Key and certificate is stored. Can anyone help

SELECT * FROM SYSOBJECTS WHERE name LIKE '%TestCertificate%'
-- Could not find any value even though the certificate is visible in the database-->security-->Certificate

-LK
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select * from sys.certificates

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I want to understand today where my Master Key and certificate is stored. Can anyone help

SELECT * FROM SYSOBJECTS WHERE name LIKE '%TestCertificate%'
-- Could not find any value even though the certificate is visible in the database-->security-->Certificate

-LK


This article should give you the background which will help you more.

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/SQL+Server+2005+-+Security/sql2005symmetricencryption/2291/


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Posted Monday, August 24, 2009 5:30 AM
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Thanks suresh. Can you also tell me where I can find the service master key and database master key?

-LK
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Database master key:
select * from sys.symmetric_keys

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Suresh B. (8/24/2009)
Database master key:
select * from sys.symmetric_keys



ok how can I delete the mater and subordinates?

Thanks.


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