I need to know in which file SQL Server 2008 actually stores the passwords. This is a question being asked by a security auditor. I know I can get password hashes with LOGINPROPERTY('bbellomo', ...
I have sql server 2008 R2. Everytime I create new sql server authorization login, whatever password I write it was changed to unknown me 15 characters password. Same is for sa. So I can't lofin with ...
I am currently facing the problem that someone working here changed the password of the sa user of the Microsoft SQL Server 2005. The SQL-Server is running on a VM, and the application we run won't ...
I've lost the source code for a very old application that connects to a MS SQL-server for some SQL queries. Since the login is hard-coded in the application I can't change the username/password on the ...
Should a DBA record passwords for application logins, or should this be a responsibility of developers/analysts? By application login, I mean the login which an application uses for access to the ...
I'm currently migrating some servers from MS sql server 2000 to 2008. Some of the legacy apps are password protected by essentially checking if a user with that name and password exists on the server. ...
If I change the SA password for a Microsoft SQL Server, can I see in a log or a trace if some application somewhere is trying to log in with the old password?