Couple of weeks back I wrote a script for generate object level permission in the database. People started requesting me to write a script which should script all the users and roles in a database. I came up with this script which will script roles and users in a database and it will also associate user with their roles.
Script to retrieve auditing configuration details in sql server. Auditing feature is released from SQL Server 2008 onward so if you have utilized this feature then you can make use of this script to get quick information about audit configuration.
As you know there are so many security measures are taken during every release of SQL Server. This version of SQL Server will be using Managed Service account to run SQL server related services. In other terms earlier versions we used Local system account as service account for all SQL Server related services however in this version we be will using individual local accounts for all SQL server related services. In this case whatever application runs on local system are allowed to access SQL Server. So to overcome this MS team has started using managed service accounts in SQL Server.
SQL Server 2012 codenamed SQL Server Denali is on the way to market by 2012. As you all know SQL Server 2012 has new features related to security, we have contained database where you are allowed to create contained users and the next feature is server level roles, other security features are not related to this article, we will cover those later. I wrote some scripts earlier to retrieve permissions from SQL 2000 and SQL 2005 (links below) however these scripts are no longer useful for SQL Server 2012 as it won’t return the new contained user and server level role permissions.
This is one of the question asked by my friend and it seems very simple. I had a discussion with him and said that whatever the transaction it has started it will succeeded, however what I told him is not correct. I told him I’ll test it out and the answer which I gave it to him is partially correct. If the transaction gets completed with in begin tran (before commit or rollback) you can close the transaction even if the permission is revoked however if the transaction is not completed within begin tran then it will fail stating that the user don’t have access.