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Ryan Adams

Ryan Adams is a Senior Premier Field Engineer for Microsoft. He works directly with customers to help them realize their business potential and accelerate their digital transformation on premises and in the cloud. Previously, Ryan was a Microsoft Data Platform MVP and spent 19 years working for a fortune 100 company. His passion is the SQL Server Engine, High Availability, and Disaster Recovery. He also served on the Board of Directors for the North Texas SQL Server User Group, was President of the PASS Performance Virtual Chapter, was a PASS Regional Mentor, and served as a Director for the PASS organization.

Archives: March 2016

Query Active Directory from SQL Server

Have you ever had the need to query Active Directory right out of SQL Server using native TSQL?  There are 3 ways to accomplish this.  The first is CLR, but I won’t be covering that method.  The other two methods are OPENROWSET and OPENQUERY.  OPENROWSET requires Ad Hoc Distributed Queries… Read more

10 comments, 3,643 reads

Posted in Ryan Adams on 15 March 2016

Query Active Directory from SQL Server

Have you ever had the need to query Active Directory right out of SQL Server using native TSQL?  There are 3 ways to accomplish this.  The first is CLR, but I won’t be covering that method.  The other two methods are OPENROWSET and OPENQUERY.  OPENROWSET requires Ad Hoc Distributed Queries… Read more

10 comments, 42 reads

Posted in Ryan Adams on 15 March 2016

SQL Server on Linux Authentication

Yesterday Microsoft announced that they will now support SQL Server on Linux.  They are targeting mid-2017, but you can download a preview now.  I am on a technical list where I saw someone inquire about the support for Windows authentication or if SQL authentication would be the only choice.  Those… Read more

10 comments, 36 reads

Posted in Ryan Adams on 11 March 2016

SQL Server on Linux Authentication

Yesterday Microsoft announced that they will now support SQL Server on Linux.  They are targeting mid-2017, but you can download a preview now.  I am on a technical list where I saw someone inquire about the support for Windows authentication or if SQL authentication would be the only choice.  Those… Read more

10 comments, 2,312 reads

Posted in Ryan Adams on 11 March 2016