Auditing

Tables and Views for Auditing SQL Server Logins

  • Article

I have been tasked with auditing security on my SQL Server. However, this needs to be a somewhat automated process as I don't want to have to rely on taking screenshots every month to satisfy our auditors. What tables and/or views should I be using and what's the best way to extract the information out of them?

2010-06-04

4,738 reads

Blogs

Social: Going Along to Get Along

By

It’s the eve of the Fourth of July, when the Declaration of Independence is...

Daily Coping 3 Jul 2020

By

I’ve started to add a daily coping tip to the SQLServerCentral newsletter and to...

Using Docker Volumes for SQL Server in Linux

By

No, not that kind of volume! Over the past couple of blog posts, I...

Read the latest Blogs

Forums

Buy botox online https://palmabeautystore.com/

By minkcalvin

WELCOME TO PALMA BEAUTY STORE, THE BEAUTY PRODUCTS (BOTOX,DERMAL FILLEERS,BOTOLINUM ETC) THAT COMES TO...

is Clustered Columnstore index UNIQUE by default?

By VoldemarG

Or should I explicitly specify 'CREATE UNIQUE CLUSTERED COLUMNSTORE INDEX....' ? If I don't...

Availability Groups with Docker Containers

By rafaelrodrigues

Comments posted to this topic are about the item Availability Groups with Docker Containers

Visit the forum

Ask SSC

SQL Server Q&A from the SQLServerCentral community

Get answers