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Audit SQL Server Service Recycle


Audit SQL Server Service Recycle

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Pradeep Adiga
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Is it possible to know which user had recycled the SQL Server Services (using the SQL Server Service Manager) in MS SQL Server 2000?

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I don't think so, since restarting services is an OS-level event rather than an application level event.

You'd have to have security auditing configured on Windows & check the Security Event Log to see who connected around the time the services were restarted.



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Thanks Scott. Even I checked the security log, still could not figure out. I am just wondering is there any better way to find this out.

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check out the system event log for this
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