Sql server updating a master database

07 Aug

After providing an overview of the SQL Server encryption model, I'll describe the encryption options available in SQL Server and how you can use them to encrypt sensitive information stored inside your SQL Server databases.

Related: SQL Server 2012 The SQL Server encryption model primarily includes built-in encryption key management modeled on the ANSI X9.17 standard.

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In SQL Server, encryption keys include a combination of public, private, and symmetric keys that are used to protect sensitive data.

For this I always chose to restore both master and msdb along with all user databases.

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The service master key can only be decrypted by the service account under which it was created or by a principal that has access to the machine's credentials.

To prevent and diagnose availability, health, and performance issues it is important to review and manage the configuration of SQL Server instances and databases.