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Script out passwords

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Angelindiego
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Keep 'em comin' boyz!!! Too fun....dork dork!!


Thank you!!,

Angelindiego

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Ha ha ha. Nice.

I was scared for a moment that this was a real script, until I checked the comments.

Thanks,
webrunner

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Pretty slick!!!
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Must Have!!!
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That was class!!
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Well played!

Although it might be worth mentioning here that you can script out login creation statements (with SID and password hash) to move logins from one server to another, which will work with databases restored from the same server. That's kind of what I thought this might be, when I first read the title. Microsoft offers this (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/246133) but their script can definitely be improved upon... although I don't think I've seen a good one posted anywhere? (I've seen a nice Powershell version, but not T-SQL.) Would there be any interest in that sort of thing?
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You have wayyyyy too much time on your hands Steve.

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Michael L John (10/9/2015)
You have wayyyyy too much time on your hands Steve.


That is certainly not true.

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You can do a brute force dictionary query against the sys.sql_logins table.

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/FindPost1623412.aspx


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Funny. I actually thought you had something there.
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