One of the most successful offerings from me has been Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check. Sometimes during my assistance, some random issues appear which I try to solve as well. In a recent engagement, one of their developers asked a question about an error which he was receiving while running sp_dropserver. In this blog, we would see how to fix error 15190 – There are still remote logins or linked logins for the server.
I have previously written about Random Password before in the blog posts here, here and here. This blog is sent by James Curran, who has created the following generate random password stored procedure keeping the base of the original solution of Tim Cartwright. Thanks to both of this individual SQL Server Expert who has helped me to come up with a more robust solution for a random password.
This was one of an interesting issue reported by my client. They informed that after some hardening by the security team, they are not able to bring SQL resource online in the cluster. In this blog, we would learn about how to fix the issue where SQL cluster is not coming online.
SQL SERVER – Simple Script to Create a Login and User for a Specific Database with System Admin Rights
A very popular question I often receive about SQL Server security is what is the difference between SQL Server Login and SQL Server User. I really love this question as I bet only 5% of SQL Server professionals I met know the answer to this question. In this blog post, we are going to see a Simple Script to Create a Login and User for a Specific Database with System Admin Rights.