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There are four different ways we can evaluate policies against servers in our environment. These methods are all manual and I will cover how to automate them in another post. This is just a quick list to show your available options, and where they are located.We can evaluate a ...
I have to say, I only recently noticed this on a tool tip: and this in the property sheet: The bad news is, I noticed them while presenting. The worse news is, I said them out loud and then, inevitably, someone in the audience, I forget who it was, might ...
The stupid, stupid Windows search (Start Menu > Search) doesn’t work on one of my computers (running WinXP Pro). Yes, I made sure to add the network location that holds my files, and yes, I rebuilt the file index. The damn thing still ignores everything and claims I don’t ...
I’ve managed to put together a nice two city European tour this November thanks to the SQL Server community and some good friends over there. My first stop will be November 12th, 2011 for the SQL Zaterdag IV in the Netherlands (the site is in Dutch and hasn’t ...
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