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PowerShell -> Identify all SysAdmins in your SQL Server

No pressure. None whatsoever. There is just an Auditor standing behind you waiting for you to pull a list of all the accounts with sysadmin rights in your SQL Environment. You can’t BinGle; the Auditor is watching. You start to sweat. A lot. You excuse yourself to run to the restroom to hide the panic attack you are having. While ...

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Chris Bell (MCITP) has been working with Microsoft technologies for over 20 years and using SQL Server for over 18 of those years. He is currently the Owner and Lead consultant for WaterOx Consulting, a Maryland based company focused on helping clients, that can’t afford or justify a full time data team, get the most from their SQL Server environments. For more information please visit WateroxConsulting.com.

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