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My blind guess would be to look in %APPDATA%\MySQL on your system as follows: cd %APPDATA% cd MySQL dir .my_secret For those who use the MySQL no-install Zip File (such as myself), you will not see one. If .my_secret is not on your Windows servers, I have an alternative. You could start up mysqld manually with skip-grant-tables, set the password net ...


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Can you check your my.ini file? (inside MySQL folder) There you should find something like: [mysqladmin] user=root password=pwpwpw port=3306


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PostgreSQL comes to my mind. You have pgcrypto library for encrpyting data and there are drivers for .Net


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As mentioned above MS-SQL server suits you're requirement: On how to proceed with MS SQL databases refer to below article: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/4416/Beginners-guide-to-accessing-SQL-Server-through-C For data encryption, yes its possible depending upon the edition you are going to use: refer to this for further read on encryption via sql ...


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SQL Server does encryption. Just research Transparent Data Encryption.


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I have both 10g and 11g installed on my laptop, plus OBIEE client most recently. I used to be able to login as sysdb to 11g instance, but got the following this morning: SQL> conn / as sysdba ERROR: ORA-01031: insufficient privileges I resolved the problem by doing the following: startup db & listener; make sure tnsname works by tnsping orcl; ...


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Here are the instructions on how to start the database: Starting Oracle Database XE Normally you first need to start the database and then you can access it with that link. I don't remember if the database is started after you do the installation.


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There is really nothing you can do once a shutdown starts. Why ? According to the MySQL Documentation on the Shutdown Process 2 The server creates a shutdown thread if necessary. Depending on how shutdown was initiated, the server might create a thread to handle the shutdown process. If shutdown was requested by a client, a shutdown thread is ...


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You cannot, if you are using a generic username to log in to SQL Server. Host name is as close as you can get. It shouldn't be hard to translate it to a user name with a query in Active Directory.


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If you would like to manually control this, here are some suggestions Login to Window Command Line Shell as Administrator and run this C:\> net stop mysql When the prompt comes back, MySQL is down. If you shutdown Windows, the only evidence for MySQL's shutdown would be in the error log. EXAMPLE On my laptop I have MySQL 5.5.37 for Windows It's ...



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