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A Developer’s Guide to SQL Server 2005 by Dan Sullivan, Bob Beauchemin

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6. Security

CHANGES IN SQL Server 2005 help make SQL Server more secure and security more approachable for the developer and the administrator. An entire new set of security requirements when hosting .NET Framework code inside SQL Server is addressed by using traditional user- and role-based security combined with .NET Framework hosting APIs and attribute-based security. Classic SQL security is improved by separating users from schemas and integrating password management with Windows Server 2003, and the attack surface of SQL Server is reduced by having many options turned off by default.

New Security Features in SQL Server 2005

SQL Server 2005 adds new security features, not only to make SQL Server more secure, but also to make security more ...

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