SQL Server Auditing: A Learning Series Part Six

Continuing our learning series on auditing, today we look at the results from the audit specification that we created yesterday.  In this audit specification we are monitoring for database ownership change or permission change.  I changed the owner on one of the databases on the server and an audit log entry was generated as shown in Figure 1.  We can see who changed the ownership and what it was changed to.  I think it would be better to show me what the original value was.  Enjoy and stay tuned!

audit results

Figure 1 – Audit Results


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Posted on January 23, 2013, in Auditing and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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