I've been asked to research auditing products for SQL Server, currently a mostly 2008 R2 environment. I'm wondering what people out there are using and what they've found are the strengths and weaknesses of what they are doing.
Here are some of the products I've found out there:
Right now we are just looking at auditing permissions, schema & configuration changes, and access. We aren't currently looking to audit changes to data.
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