Traceability is key when collaborating in the Active Directory (AD). Multiple admins changing and updating permissions and policies makes it difficult being compliant with the company’s policies. It is important to monitor mutations in the directory. By default audit policies are disabled for Domain Controllers (DC) and must be enabled explicitly. Enabling auditing for the DCs is quite easy, querying the logs for a specific event is a bit more difficult.
In this guide you’ll learn how to enable auditing for a specific case and how to query the audit logs for a specific event.
You can get the latest version of this SQL cheat sheet here: https://gist.github.com/janikvonrotz/6e27788f662fcdbba3fb
DDL is short name of Data Definition Language, which deals with database schemas and descriptions, of how the data should reside in the database.
DML is short name of Data Manipulation Language which deals with data manipulation, and includes most common SQL statements such SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE etc, and it is used to store, modify, retrieve, delete and update data in database.
DCL is short name of Data Control Language which includes commands such as GRANT, and mostly concerned with rights, permissions and other controls of the database system.
This post of is part of my Install SharePoint 2013 Three-tier Farm project.
Get the latest version of this article here: https://gist.github.com/10871110
In this post I’ll show you how to get search results from your SharePoint Online in your SharePoint 2013 on-premise search center.
Recently I’ve change the url for one of my GitHub projects.
- Old: https://github.com/janikvonrotz/PowerShell-Profile
- New: https://github.com/janikvonrotz/PowerShell-PowerUp
As you might know, I’ve used this url in several posts.
In order to make this obsolete links I have to replace them in every posts.