SQL Server Best Practices Article
Published: March 13, 2007Writers: Bob Beauchemin, SQLskillsTechnical Reviewers: Laurentiu Cristofor, Al Comeau, Sameer Tejani, Devendra Tiwari, Rob Walters, Niraj Nagrani
This white paper covers some of the operational and administrative tasks associated with SQL Server 2005 security and enumerates best practices and operational and administrative tasks that will result in a more secure SQL Server system. Each topic describes a feature and best practices. For additional information on the specifics of utilities, features, and data definition language (DDL) statements referenced in this white paper, see SQL Server 2005 Books Online. Features and options that are new or defaults that are changed for SQL Server 2005 are identified. Coding examples for operational tasks use Transact-SQL, so understanding Transact-SQL is required for you to get the most out of this paper.
For more information, please refer to the SQL Server 2005 Security Best Practices - Operational and Administrative Tasks whitepaper.
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