Type: Advanced; requires a reboot of SQL Server to take effect
common criteria compliance enabled option enables three areas (or elements) of what is termed common criteria. The first is Residual Information Protection (RIP), which overwrites memory with a known pattern of bits before memory is reallocated to a new resource. This meets the RIP standard and contributes to improved security. The downside of this improvement is a slowing in performance. The second enables login auditing to occur. Each time a user successfully logs in to SQL Server, information about the last successful login time, the last unsuccessful login time, and the number of attempts between the last successful and current ...