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How to find the SQL Server Instances running across the given activer directory domain? Expand / Collapse
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Posted Monday, April 5, 2010 10:02 PM


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How to find the SQL Server Instances running across the given activer directory domain?

I have though of OSQL -L , Microsoft Assessment and Planning ( MAP ) tool and SQLPing3 (SQLSecurity) might help me.

I would appreciate if there any other way of finding the SQL Servers / Instances running across the given active directory domain.



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SQL Recon from Special Ops Security is free and does a great job as well as doing some quick analysis like blank passwords and a best guess at which version the servers it finds are running.
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