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SQL Server 2000/2005 Security Audit Scripts


SQL Server 2000/2005 Security Audit Scripts

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Looks like a helpful article ... I just wish the scripts had uploaded.
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Working along with them at the moment, look like a very useful starting point.

One point - I am going through and for each result set am putting in a blank first column to say what each resultset is.

eg SELECT BlankOrEasyPasswords = '', Name...

Thanks again for sharing.
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Some really good stuff in here, thanks again.
One apparent omission is that the only permissions currently picked up are specific to a user, as opposed to a database or application role.
It is useful to know which permissions have been assigned to a database role, and the users that are members of that role.

I have written these in the past, will retrieve them if I can find them = )

dan
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What's going on here? The link is incomplete and the snippet that reamins links to some bible readings site.
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Are there still the scripts existing at the provided link.

I am not access the URL provided.

Can some help with the scripts.

Thanks
Sreekanth
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Link is broken
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Yes, the link is broken. But I found it here...

http://www.biblereadingschedule.com/nucleus/?catid=6&blogid=1



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