Securing SQL servers using Group Policy

Tuesday, 13 December 2005, 12:49 PM EST

Between development workstations, a myriad of third-party products and line-of-business systems that use SQL Server, the average organization may have hundreds if not thousands of SQL Server systems to configure and secure. Doing this by hand is labor-intensive and likely infeasible for most. By implementing company policies and enforcing them through Active Directory and Group Policy, you can literally affect thousands of installations at once and enforce order from chaos.

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