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Yes there is. You could do this with SQL PL to create a stored procedure to do this. Or if you prefer other script languages you could use KSH, BSH, or even Perl. The point being to catch the errors or exceptions (a little easier to do with SQL PL IMHO) and then you can react to them the way you wish.
It's possible to move a private key from one server to another, if the symmetric key was created using a certificate. The certificate is what allows you to create the same symmetric key on a different server. Looks like that is your approach so you are off to a good start. You have created a symmetric key, secured with a certificate, to encrypt a column of ...
Looks like you did not encrypt the encryption key with the database master key. There has to be a complete chain from the service master key to the encryption key, usually is like this: service master key -> database master key -> [optional certificate private key] -> encryption symmetric key You are going to have to open the encryption key using the ...
I have dealt a lot with PCI and HIPAA recently since we've developed the ApexSQL Audit compliance tool (some details about the tool can be found here), and during a few years of working on the tool and demoing the tool, I was engaged in numerous discussions about the status of DBA in relation to compliance rules. PCI and HIPAA are not developed to deal with ...
Well we have quite a mixed servers,using encryption, depending upon the need of business. For very critical we decided to upgrade to enterprise as it not only provides TDE but other benefits as well when it comes to performance or troubleshooting. Yes, TDE is quite effective and very good, but since it comes with a cost we decided for medium and low ...
Even if you configured RBS to use FILESTREAM, TDE does not apply to FILESTREAM: Transparent Data Encryption and FILESTREAM DATA FILESTREAM data is not encrypted even when TDE is enabled.
The files are stored in a blob in the sharepoint database and as TDE encrypts all the pages in the database all the files will be encrypted there within. It's important to notice that while the database is mounted on the server the database server will serve the files unencrypted to the Sharepoint application server and it's clients. The Sharepoint ...
disable bit-locker from the drive which has .mdf,.ldf,.ndf files. Give permission to those files ie right click-> security -> add -> full permission(read,write,exec,etc.) for that system . I hope you will be get rid of your problem.
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