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Securing the SA Account in SQL Server 2005

SQL Server 2005 has greatly changed the security paradigm for SQL Server DBAs. The sa account still exists, but for many tasks
you can now avoid using it. New author Ken Johnson brings us some ides for properly securing this highly privileged account.

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