- T-SQL Tuesday #089: The Clo… by Jason Brimhall
Do you fear the coming turbulence of the Cloud uprising? I think the cloud is a good thing for the data professional, when done right.
- SQL Server Fixed Role Permissions by Jason Brimhall
It is very important to understand who has what level of access within the server and databases on that server. Sometimes we see users being granted server or database access through the fixed roles available in SQL Server. How exactly do you know what permissions those individuals have via role membership? This article will help to reveal the permissions granted to the various roles and maybe a gotcha or two.
- SQL Server Permissions R… by Jason Brimhall
A fundamental component of SQL Server is the security layer. This article covers three common security misconfigurations in SQL Server.
- Parse Dynamics AX Context Info by Jason Brimhall
In this article I will only be discussing the AX product and an easy tweak to make troubleshooting that product much easier from the perspective of the database administrator. This tweak is to enable the context info from within the administration console.
- User Contains Invalid Chara… by Jason Brimhall
While creating database users, it is possible to encounter an invalid character error message. This article will help clarify the error message.
- What Agent Job is Running &… by Jason Brimhall
It is quite common to be required to investigate performance issues on the server. With this, it is occasionally necessary to be able to interpret an obfuscated job name. Learn how to do that in this article.
- Database Backups – Ba… by Jason Brimhall
In this article, we will explore database backups. More specifically, how do you truly know if you have a successful backup? Here’s a hint: it has to deal with restores.
- Database Backup History … by Jason Brimhall
In this article I explore the basic of querying backup history data as a foundation to reporting on essentials such as storage and job management.
- Last Restore of a Database … by Jason Brimhall
In this article I explore the basics around how to determine when a database was last restored.
- Login from an Untrusted Dom… by Jason Brimhall
Login failed. The login is from an untrusted domain and cannot be used with Windows authentication.
- Chuck about SQL Server Fixed Role PermissionsTheTARDIS should be blue not red. :) https://goo.gl/2Fh7EU
- Jason Brimhall about Last Known Good CheckDBActually, this method relies explicitly on a buggy cursor. SP_MSFOREACHDB comes with inconsistencies and a few bugs. The heart of…
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