Monthly Archives: November 2019

Setting Certificate Backup Permissions for an Instance–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. Recently I was testing some security change, and I made a backup of my certificate from one instance. I … Continue reading

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The Conference Springboard

It’s been a little over a week since the 2019 PASS Summit and Ignite conferences ended. These are two of the largest events for data platform pros, and quite a few people either attended or watched some streaming from the … Continue reading

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It Just Works

Access is a database application that just won’t die, and it’s the subject of a short piece that discusses the reasons why the platform is still in use and thriving in some cases. I wonder how many of you still … Continue reading

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Learn from the Troubles of Others

Some of us have experienced lots of strange issues while working with SQL Server. Some from poorly configured or coded systems, some from heavy workloads, and some from bugs in the code. Encountering and solving those problems, even if self-induced, … Continue reading

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