Monthly Archives: May 2010

Memorial Day

A holiday in the US, commemorating the men and women who have died in the service of our country. Most years in the US, I’ve spent the day with family, starting summer, and while we remember those in the military, … Continue reading

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Auditing Failed Logins – SQL Server 2008

I wrote about setting up a basic server audit recently. That showed about how a server level audit is set up, but that’s a just a shell. The audit itself is just a container in which you can store various … Continue reading

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Adding Space to a Home Server

I got new drives for my Windows Home Server the other day and decided to add some space to the box. I don’t need the space so much as I’d like to be sure that I’m protected with some extra … Continue reading

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Reporting Services – Building the first report

One of my goals this year was to spend some time learning Reporting Services. Not necessarily do the 10,000 hours to become an expert, but perhaps the 100 hours or so Andy Warren mentioned in his Professional Development presentation. I’ve … Continue reading

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