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SQL Server 2008 R2 recognizes a domain account as a SQL Server account

After migrating from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2008 R2, we have a few domain accounts that appear to the new server as SQL Server accounts. These accounts can SELECT from tables in the database ...
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Oracle DB administrator-specific security features

Yesterday I was presenting an internet banking solution to a potential client management. My offer is based on using MS SQL Server 2008 RDBMS. One of the client's officers mentioned, that Oracle's ...
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User login error when trying to access secured SQL Server database

We have a username that was recently renamed from one username to another (think getting married). The Active Directory admin renamed the user because "it has always worked in the past". One vendor ...
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How to implement an effective ACL/auth in a relational db?

We are looking at implementing an ACL that fulfills the following requirements: Most users have access to an item (access to the item by default), but a few is denied access. Most users do not have ...
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MySQL SSL disabled on Windows

I want to enable an SSL connection to my database. I've created SSL certificates and so on, however SSL remains disabled: mysql> show variables like '%ssl%'; ...
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tsql to find users and database level permissions mapped to a certificate

On SQL 2005 and above, how can I find users and database level permissions mapped to a certificate? Story behing this: I copied a database from SQL 2005 to SQL 2008. It had a certificate inside the ...
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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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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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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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unable to bring database online from recovery pending

I am trying to bring a SQL Server database online and accessible that is in Recovery Pending state. The SQL Server service uses an Active directory account that is a domain administrator and a ...
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Auditing AS 400 DB2 library user access

As part of the testing to check for authorized users having access to applications and libraries on AS 400 systems, I need help to figure out a list of users having access to applications hosted on ...
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Auditing the View Server State permissions on Server

We noticed that one of our servers has permissions granted to "all" users for "view server state". I am wondering if there is a way to audit the DMV's used by the user(s) on a regular basis as this ...
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MySql Audit Changes from Db Admin, Security

I know that you can use triggers (before insert, update, delete) to track the changes in history tables. But this only works if the changes are made by the applications. But in some circumstance, ...
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SQL Server Logs > Windows NT > Security [closed]

I don't know how to trace down what is happening on one of our SQL Servers. If I look in the Windows NT > Security section of the SQL Server Logs I see the same three entries repeated every minute. ...
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How do mySQL and web-interface deal with hashed data

I've recently been given access to a mySQL database which will sit behind a website designed to allow people to register their interest in a given subject and provide further information about ...
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Changing the SQL Server service account - any additional considerations?

I have inherited a few instances that are running under LocalSystem. I need to change this to a domain account as we are changing our backup strategy to go to a network share and then to tape and I ...
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Deny permissions for master in SQL Server

I created a new database on a SQL Server 2008 R2 instance and a login/user for it. I have set the user to db_owner so he can't view any other databases on that server but he can see and query the ...
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dcexec login failure

I have a SQL Server 2008 R2 instance that I have been trying to get Data Collection setup on. I get everything setup, but there is no data that gets uploaded. I've traced the root of the problem to be ...
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which role-permission database design?

I want to manage roles and permissions. Most of designs on web look like this tables: Users Roles UserRoles Permissions RolePermissions Here, what is permissions? I am thinking for such a design ...
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EXECUTE AS over Linked Servers

I have a front end that logs into the DB as "logInA", and only has permission to "schemaA" stored procs, which use EXECUTE AS "logInB", (I have also tried EXECUTE AS 'DBO'), to handle all the business ...
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sp_setapprole taking 100 - 200 ms [closed]

SQL Server 2008 SP1 here. We have a machine where sp_setapprole calls take more than 100ms and they are done many times per user operation on an application. The developer says that in his setup, ...
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ORACLE SSL using Microsoft Certificate Store for PKI

I am trying to set up PKI SSL authentication between client and server using a Microsoft Certificate Store. Client: Windows 7 64 bit with Oracle client 11.2.0.3.0 Server: Windows 2008 R2 64 bit with ...
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Secure way to connect: Windows Authentication or SQL Server Authentication and why?

Which is the best way to create a connection string for SQL Server? Should I be using a trusted connection string (windows authentication) or an untrusted connection string (sql server ...
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Known vulnerabilities for when a guest executes a stored procedure on SQL Server

I have a production database with crucial business information. Meanwhile, my company is involved in a project with some other company and we have to exchange some information on a regular basis. How ...
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How can I give a group of developers the ability to view the query plan, without the ability to run a trace or to view the server state?

I have a group of 5 developers that need to be able to view the plans of queries they have written for a database, and that database only. I refuse to make them a member of sysadmin. I do not want ...
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What does the Service Master Key protect?

I am looking for a complete list of items that the Service Master Key is used to protect in SQL Server 2008.
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What are the first necessary actions needed to help secure a database's schema & data? [closed]

This smells like an open-ended, opinionated, wiki free-for-all, but I'm not trying to make this a battle of opinions. It seems like there should be a good checklist out there for all to agree on ...
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Login failed for user even though it has read access

I have a SharePoint server which is using service account "spsharepoint". For some reason this user has started giving 'Login failed for user DOMAIN\spsharepoint' when I checked SQL Server logs. ...
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How vulnerable is SQL Server 2000?

I know there are still some SQL Server 2000 installs that exist out there. With Microsoft no longer supporting these versions, how can I check to see what vulnerabilities remain unpatched? This ...
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Oracle remote OS authentication, security risks with domain users

What security risks can be with domain users? create user "OPS$KA\USERNAME" identified externally. grant create session to "OPS$KA\MARIK"; Then MARIK that is in KA domain, can logon to the ...
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What are reasonable privileges to grant typical users? [closed]

I find the list of privileges provided by MySQL to be a bit overwhelming. I'm not sure who should have what privileges. In my mind there are three typical users for my situation: root developer ...
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How to troubleshoot/debug Oracle permission problems

An application is connecting to Oracle to do stuff. It's not working but I don't get any ORA errors in the application itself. I'm thinking its a permission problem. So my question is what is the best ...
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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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How to enable windows authentication on server that is not part of domain

We have an SQL server instance running on a standalone server (not part of the organizations domain network). Is there any way that we can use windows authentication to logon to sql server without ...
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How secure is a linked server in SQL Server

I am in a situation in which I should doubt everyone (even my developer team and database admin) so I want to Log all the logons made to my server. I have two SQL Servers, say A and B. I want to log ...
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How Do I Gain SysAdmin Access Without Having a SysAdmin Account? [duplicate]

Situation: We recently had a consultant company build new Lync 2013 Servers in a mirror setup. There are two security principles set, SA (disabled), and a AD group that is only associated with the ...
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Harden a public login to only let it retrieve a list of other logins, and do nothing else

I'd like my app's login dialog to give users a drop-down-list of login names on the server. So I'm wondering about the most secure way to retrieve this. The best I can come up with is a login with a ...
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Deny access to one database, allow all the rest

How can I deny access to specific databases from a login? I know that I can walk through and make the login a db_owner on all the ones I want the login to have access to, but how do I do the ...
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Pull Subscription: process cannot read file due to OS error 5

I am trying to migrate a working pull subscription for transactional replication from one subscribing server to a new one. The subscribing server is at another site and is connected via a VPN tunnel. ...
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BUILTIN\Administrators allowing access via linked server but not locally

We have two servers: LYNDB01 & LYNDB02 On LYNDB01 we have a database called db_ExampleDatabase We have created a Linked Server on LYNDB02 to LYNDB01 using no mappings and the "Be made using the ...
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Login Failed for Domain\ServerName$ when trying to create a new SQL Server Reporting Services Application in SharePoint 2013

Basic setup: All of the following is installed on Domain\Servername: SharePoint 2013 Standalone Install (Trial version) Currently using an instance of SQL Server 2012 SP1 Express for basic ...
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Giving permission for each table within a database

I want to give different permission for different tables within a single database for a user.For example a user has full permission to a table while for another table only read permission.How it can ...
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Changing passphrase for EncryptByPassPhrase

I am using EncryptByPassPhrase to encrypting some columns. If I want to change the passphrase in the future, how can I change it?
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Saving every mysql user login attempts

Is there a way to save the username and the IP from which the user tries to login to a MySQL server?? Enabling general-log seems to log everything but that seems to write too much details taking more ...
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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 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 permissions during installation

I'm trying to find out when a SQL server installation grants permissions on the OS. I know that the following permissions are giving during setup msdn article about permissions. However what I don't ...
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Is it possible to convert existing users from SQL Server authentication to Windows (AD) authentication? (SQL Server 2008 R2)

We have just undergone a bare-metal restore of an SBS 2003 server running our SQL database and are in the final stages of configuration before going live again. Previously, we had 20 users accessing ...
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Securing an Internet Database Connection

I am looking to setup a website and database that are connected via the internet, and am looking to secure the connection. The connection will probably not be over a VPN, so shall be openly exposed. ...
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Audit DML operations on MySQL Tables

We have several MySQL 5.0 databases. We've been having security problems, like records being modified without authorization. We need to implement some kind of audit on DML operations identifying ...