Mike Good

DBA work, crosswords, golf
  • Interests: NY Times crosswords, golfing, playing guitar

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A Simple Approach to SQL Server 2005 Encryption

SQL Server 2005 has added encryption capabilities to the platform, much to the delight of many DBAs. However setting up encryption can be confusing and difficult for most DBAs. New author Mike Good brings us a perspective from someone who is brand new to this set of features and has spent time working through the functions and documenting them for the rest of us.

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2007-08-02

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