Policy-based management is a new feature in SQL Server 2008 that lets you set the criteria for the “behavior” of various SQL Server objects. It also provides a mechanism to enforce policy. Policies can be created and enabled on the server, giving the DBA more control. This is very important in the context of creating common security practices in a company. I’d like to describe the steps that I took to create a flexible, policy-based mechanism for the validation of various ...
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