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Getting more info about who or what connect to your SQL Server

A couple of days ago I was playing with my small SQL Server enviroment (test) and auditting login events. I went ahead and created the audit for FAILED_LOGIN_GROUP and SUCCESSFULL_LOGIN_GROUP (let it run for a while). USE [master] GO CREATE SERVER AUDIT [Audit_LoginEvents] TO FILE ( FILEPATH = N'<PathToStoreData>' ,MAXSIZE = 100 MB ,MAX_FILES = […]

2020-06-03 (first published: )

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