Recently, I changed my Windows password and that started a chain of events. My account would get locked out because an invalid password was used and I started getting weird errors in various programs when using the account even after getting it unlocked several times. Restarting my own PC did not help. Then, it occurred … Continue reading PowerShell: Invoke-RDPLogoff – Logoff From Windows Servers In Parallel
What are Schemas for? All of you are familiar with the default and built-in schema "dbo". When you create an object without a schema, "dbo" becomes the schema for the object. Generally, it is NOT considered a good practice from a manageability or security perspective to have everything owned by "dbo". The alternative is to … Continue reading SQL Server: Time To Switch Schema Of All Objects Away From “dbo”
Permissions are complex! Permissions management is not easy. You have a lot to deal with Direct user privileges via grants Privileges to AD Group login of which user is part of User could be part of multiple AD groups which have a login on the instance Privileges granted to the role that user is in … Continue reading SQL Server – Find Effective Permissions of An User At Database, Server or Object Level – The Right Way!