Monthly Archives: January 2012

What are the impersonation rights for my database users?

From time to time I get thrown the odd request to provide various bits of information from the SQL Server environment and most recently I was asked about a group of databases that required migrating to another instance. For some … Continue reading

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SQLRally and beyond

I am almost ashamed to say that I have let over a month pass since my last post and truth be told I have come close a few times without never actually pressing that submit button. I shan’t bore you … Continue reading

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