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New Solutions for Old Problems–T-SQL Tuesday #87

This is an interesting T-SQL Tuesday this month. For #87, we have an invitation from Matt Gordon. The topic is using new tools to solve old problems. The “new” cutoff is SQL Server 2014, so we’d looking at a way … Continue reading

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Using a DMK in TDE

When you setup TDE, you need to create a DMK (Database Master Key) in the master database if one doesn’t exist. This key forms the basis of a chain of protection for your data inside of the SQL Server instance. … Continue reading

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What’s a Database Encryption Key (DEK) in TDE

The encryption mechanisms in SQL Server are interesting, and they work well, but they are somewhat poorly named. I ran across a few people struggling to understand, so I decided to cover the concepts in a series of posts. This … Continue reading

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What is a Database Master Key?

The encryption mechanisms in SQL Server are interesting, and they work well, but they are somewhat poorly named. I ran across a few people struggling to understand, so I decided to cover the concepts in a series of posts. This … Continue reading

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