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How to access to DB Instance from another DB Instance with Windows Authentication

i have two database servers DB_INSTANCE1 DB_INSTANCE2 is it possible to access from DB_INSTANCE1\DB1 SQL script to DB_INSTANCE2\DB2 tables without using SQL Logins ? (not every database servers are ...
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ASP.NET Session Database - what user to create?

I am migrating a .Net 3.5 website with SQL Server 2005 Enterprise databases to SQL Server 2012 Enterprise (website still .Net 3.5). It uses ASP.NET session state database of type "t" Temporary. ...
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SA login history in sql

Is there any PowerShell script to get the SA log in history? I need to do an audit on SA login.
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Does sys.sql_logins.is_policy_checked mean that the policy has been checked?

When I look in sys.sql_logins, I see a column called is_policy_checked. Can I trust that my password policy has been checked for all of the logins where this column is 1?
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Auditing database administrator actions with SQL Server 2014 Standard

We have a requirement to audit database administrator access to customer databases - at a minimum, knowing which customer database they were accessing (and ideally why). Without upgrading to SQL ...
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removing sql logins from one server, after migrating to another server, but all the databases were not migra

Here are the details of the production environment: I have 2 serevrs, A1 and A2. I have completely transfered 100 logins from server A1 to A2. Server A1 contains 5 DATABASES. But I moved only 2 ...
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MySQL Brute Force Defense

I was wondering what defense MySQL server uses to protect against brute force attacks on the user credentials? I hope this isn't too simple of a question! I have tried to Google it, but can't seem to ...
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Mysql's internal mysql database in replication

I searched around but the word game seems to delude any valid result and could not find anything relevant. Mysql (the RDBMS) has an internal database named mysql, this database has information about ...
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PostgreSQL security threats in external modules or PL languages

In reading the answer to question I came across a paragraph that indicated that some PostgreSQL PL languages and/or contrib modules can be used to compromise the security of the system. Is this only ...
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Passing passwords more securely to mysql utilities on the command line

This question is related to another question I subsequently asked here: Using the output from mysqldiff.exe to transform database2 to match database1. I have been trying to use mysqldiff.exe, part of ...
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Verifying password policy on existing users

I've recently come into an environment where a lot of databases logins do not have the enforce_password_policy flag enabled. An upcoming audit is necessitating the verification of these logins' ...
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Can we configure Certificate-based Authentication to connect(logon) sql client?

Can we configure Certificate-based Authentication to connect(logon) sql client? or any other method to connect sql client using mutual authentication(sql server and sql client)?
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Is the Advanced Security Pack required for windows authenticaion?

Can anyone tell me if the Oracle Advanced Security Pack is required for single sign in under Windows? I've been told we are not licensed for the "Oracle Advanced Security Pack" and need to remove it, ...
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How do I determine if membership in a DB fixed role is by direct user memership or through membership in a custom DB role?

I'm cataloging memberships of DB users in the various fixed DB roles so that I can create custom roles by business function and grant permissions through these custom roles only. When using SSMS to ...
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The Local Security Authority cannot be contacted

I am not very expert with SQL Server but I have to use to for one of my application development. Issue is that when I open the PC in morning to start my work, my application couldn’t make connection ...
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Database Role Membership: db_executor vs db_datareader and db_datawriter in SQL Server 2008R2?

I have a couple of users who have only public and db_executor memberships in their Server Login object, User Mapping properties in the one database (let's call it A), now that our front end ...
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Security implications of running SSRS and an OLTP database on the same server

I am in the process of building a new environment for my company's Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system. This system is a commercially available product which uses SQL Server as its back end ...
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Creating a database under a different owner

I'm trying to set up a role in Postgres which can a) Create a new Role b) Create a new Database c) Make that new Role the owner of the database d) Have no other rights (as far as is possible!) I have ...
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Azure Security for SQL Server Data

We are considering moving some of our database services to Azure but due to the kind of agreements we have with our customers having strict control over who can access the data is required. Based ...
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Add user level permissions to MS Access by using a MySQL backend

I have a large Ms Access 2013 .accdb application which runs a lot of VBA code, with almost 60 users. I developed a user level permissions mechanism using vba but now plan to migrate the back-end to ...
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Cannot open database “RidaDatabase” requested by the login. The login failed. Login failed for user 'PLESK01\IWAM_plesk(default)' [closed]

I have following message Cannot open database "RidaDatabase" requested by the login. The login failed. Login failed for user 'PLESK01\IWAM_plesk(default)'. Kindly assist in resolving this ...
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Please help: kerberos authentication setup on postgresql

Requirement: Backend working with RHEL and postgresql and front-end working with windows,.net. please consider how the authentication method must be done. our main idea will be to have the ...
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Regarding table access

How to revoke access for particular table from an user who have 'select any table' privilege? I want to block access to system tables that have password details such as user$ etc.. DB : Oracle ...
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Security for SSIS packages in SQL Server - use a domain account?

I have an SSIS package that I want to deploy to SQL Server A. This package needs to access tables on SQL Server A, and another SQL Server, B. What is the best way to set this up? Should I create a ...
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Allow access to enter data through forms, but not full database access

Using Access 2013 or Sharepoint 2013 is it possible to give someone access to data entry forms that work with a back end database whether Access database or Sharepoint SQL. But from everything I've ...
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How comes that login with no rights cam give himself db_creator?

I just created a new login using the GUI, which generates this script: USE [master] GO CREATE LOGIN [tester] WITH PASSWORD=N'tester', DEFAULT_DATABASE=[master], CHECK_EXPIRATION=OFF, CHECK_POLICY=OFF ...
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Procedure Security Layer

I want discuss an idea with you and get your opinions what you think about it. From database (SQL Server 2008 R2) administration view and general security, its good practice to create DB roles and set ...
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When does SQL Server follow the Minimum Password Age policy?

According to this SQL Server 2008 whitepaper, SQL Server should only pay attention to the Minimum Password Age policy when the Check_Expiration (Enforce Password Expiration) option is turned on. Page ...
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Restrict Oracle DB Login based on SQL Client being used

We have an application in our organization that is based on Oracle Forms 11g (on Oracle Fusion Middleware/WLS). Users have access to the application through accounts created at the database (i.e. they ...
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Why am I able to query a remote database without a dblink?

While researching a security concern, I discovered that users are able to query a remote database without the need of a dblink. However, this was only true for databases that had no value for ...
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Circumstances under which a windows server login becomes disabled

Can anyone confirm under what circumstances a SQL Server windows login account changes from Enabled to Disabled? More specifically does this need to be a human interaction or can SQL Server ...
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User can see Oracle tables via ODBC that her account does not have access to [closed]

We have a user whose Oracle account, according to ALL_TAB_PRIVS, has access to tables A, B, and C. However, when the user creates an ODBC and connects to Oracle via Microsoft Access (using her Oracle ...
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SQL Server - Linked Server - Using OPENROWSET with windows integrated security

I have seen many articles regarding OPENROWSET using integrated security (Windows Authentication), but I could not make it work for me. It is working fine using SQL Server authentication: select * ...
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Query to List Encryption Certificate for Databases

What certificate is being used to encrypt each of the databases on the instances. I can get the data using the following but how do I write the queries USE master GO -- this provides the list of ...
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SSAS firewall / restricted direct database use

We want to open ports 2382 / 2384 for users in AD group A (they are supposed to read SSAS data via a sharepoint frontend only). That can be easily done with the windows server firewall, I guess. ...
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Login failed for user - Error: 18456, Severity: 14, State: 38 [duplicate]

I am trying to run and ADODB command in MS Access 2012 to exec a stored proc in our SQL server 2008R2 database, but I keep getting error 38 and SQL profiler shows the following: Error: 18456, ...
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SQL Server Service's Log On As account

I just inherited a set of new servers and whoever set them up left the "Log On As" account as the default "NT Service\MSSQLSERVER". I'd like to change that over to an Active Directory service name. I ...
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Sql Server 2014 AppRole not able to create temptable in tempdb

we have created Application Roles in sql server 2014 and grant the "Execute" permission on the tables and stored procedures. when i execute sp_setAppRole and then the stroredprocedure. the simple ...
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MySQL 5.7 - Where is the mysql_secret file on Windows 7?

I've just installed a copy of MySQL 5.7 for testing, and I love the fact that it now only creates a single root account, and puts the password into a file called .mysql_secret. There's just one ...
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Listing expired SQL logins

For audit purposes, we need to list all SQL logins with their creation and expiration dates. Is there a way to script this for all of my SQL Servers, rather than performing the task manually through ...
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How I can create user defined roles

I have a database in mongoDB 2.6.4 in which I want to restrict the users as per their level. I want to give read privileges to some users and insert/update privileges to some other users on a ...
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Can I grant multiple remote LocalService accounts access to a SQL Server database?

I am designing a multi-environment Windows-based software product that will extensively employ Windows services running as LocalService to perform data access operations. All of the data access ...
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Are there any outstanding critical security issues for Sql Server 2000?

Are there any outstanding (unpatched) security issues for Sql Server 2000? This isn't really for me: I moved on from Sql Server 2000 long ago. However, when answering questions here and (more likely) ...
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MySQL Socket connections and SSL

I'm currently running over some final tweaks and security measures for my MySQL server deployments. Mainly I'm running Google's Golang and connect to the MySQL database through a Socket connection. ...
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Need help finding inactive users in my database

I am trying to figure out how to get this figured out. Problem: Users of inactive customers are receiving scheduled maintenance notifications Indicators: Organizations have a custom binary field ...
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How do I identify the program that called a stored procedure?

As part of an application database design spec, we've been asked to block execution of a set of stored procedures if they have been fired directly from SSMS / osql / sqlcmd and so on; that is, they ...
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Can we protect data form Database Administrator by encrypting the data?

How can we protect data on my database which is MySQL form database administrator stealing it? Will encrypting it prevent it from being stolen? If yes, how as he already has access to the database ...
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Is someone trying to hack into my SQL Server Database?

I was asked by a friend, who isn't technical at all, to help her with her application. I thought I would just being doing a little C# development and some SQL queries. Turns out it has been a lot ...
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Security or performance risks using SQL CLR [closed]

Are there any particular security or performance risks in using the CLR in SQL Server ?
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Is it safe to use set-returning sql functions instead of security-barrier views?

Since 9.2, it's been possible to use the security_barrier attribute to guard against maliciously-chosen functions and operators accessing data 'hidden' behind filters in views (full info in the ...