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Script to validate user input for password change

By Dmitri Bobkov,

For SQL Server in Mixed Authentication mode this
stored procedure helps to validate users password. Currently this procedure checks for the next requrements: password must have length at least 8 characters plus among them at least one digit and at least one of the characters must be in upper case.

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