There is almost weekly news about account leaks. Now, one thing has become possible: if a hacker steals your bank account number, you’ll go bankrupt. You should set a strong password and check your login history regularly (usually, this feature is in the “Security” section of your account). If you find an anomaly, then you need to change your password. Here is the information about how to check login status in sql server :

LOGINPROPERTY (Transact-SQL) – SQL Server | Microsoft Docs

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ArgumentsReturnsRemarksPermissionsExamples
login_name Is the name of a SQL Server login for which login property status will be returned. propertyname Is an expression that contains the property information to be returned for the login. propertynamecan be one of the following values.

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SQL Server: Find Logins in SQL Server – techonthenet.com

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To retrieve all Logins in SQL Server, you can execute the following SQL statement: SELECT * FROM master.sys.sql_logins; The sys.sql_logins view contains the following columns: Column. Explanation. name. This is the login_name that was assigned in CREATE LOGIN statement. principal_id. Numeric value.

SQL Scripts: How To Check Logins And Permissions

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Aug 29, 2017 · –login counts for the last 4 hours SELECT [Login] = login_name , [Last Login Time] = MAX (login_time) , [Number Of Logins] = COUNT (*) FROM sys.dm_exec_sessions WHERE [login_time] > DATEADD (HH,-4,getdate ())–modify date as needed GROUP BY [login_name] ORDER BY [Login] desc 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 –login counts for the last 4 hours

SQL Server DBA Tutorial 53- How to Check Login Status in …

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Mar 05, 2015 · In this video you will learn how to check the status of the login in SQL Server using SQL Server management studio as well as using T-SQL Script. It also dem…

How to check SQL Services status in SQL Server – SQLZealots

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Feb 27, 2016 · This has made life easy for most of DBAs from writing a bunch of codes. SELECT SERVICENAME, STARTUP_TYPE_DESC, STATUS_DESC, LAST_STARTUP_TIME,SERVICE_ACCOUNT, IS_CLUSTERED ,CLUSTER_NODENAME FROM SYS.DM_SERVER_SERVICES Notes: 1. Login needs to be provided with VIEW

SQL SERVER – How to Find Out When Your SQL Login Will …

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Sep 27, 2016 · 1. net user <User Name> /domain. The output of the above command will have several lines. As highlighted, there would be a line starts with “Password expires” and we can see the exact day and time when that account’s password will expire.

How to List all Locked SQL Logins in SQL Server | SQL …

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Mar 30, 2015 · SELECT name, is_disabled, LOGINPROPERTY (name, N’isLocked’) as is_locked. FROM sys.sql_logins. WHERE LOGINPROPERTY (name, N’isLocked’) = 1. ORDER BY name; To list all locked SQL logins in SQL Server, including the time when the login was locked out, use the following query: SELECT name, is_disabled, LOGINPROPERTY (name, N’isLocked’) …

How to Check User Roles in SQL Server – Netwrix

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In the Server type list box, select Database Engine. In the Server name text box, type the name of the SQL cluster server. In the Authentication list box, choose your SQL Server Authentication method and specify the credentials to use. If you do not want to re-type the password every time you connect to the server, tick Remember password.

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Show activity on this post. SELECT DB_NAME () AS DatabaseName, DATABASEPROPERTYEX (‘master’, ‘Status’) AS DBStatus. The DATABASEPROPERTYX function only allows you to see one element at a time, but this maybe helpful if that is all you need. Here we can see the Status for the master database by issuing the above query.

Methods to determine the status of a SQL Server database

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Apr 15, 2008 · DECLARE @status INT SELECT @status = status FROM sys.sysdatabases WHERE name = DB_NAME() PRINT DB_NAME() + ‘ – ‘ + CONVERT(VARCHAR(20),@status) IF ( (1 & @status) = 1 ) PRINT ‘autoclose’ IF ( (2 & @status) = 2 ) PRINT ‘2 not sure’ IF ( (4 & @status) = 4 ) PRINT ‘select into/bulkcopy’ IF ( (8 & @status) = 8 ) PRINT ‘trunc. log on chkpt’ …

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