With the introduction of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 a number of new features where added to control your SQL Server instances. One of these new controlling features is Policy Management. Policy Management allows you to define policies (rules) that report and/or enforce how your instance can be set up and used. In this article I will show you how to define policies and use these to better manage your SQL Server 2008 instances.
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