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Need to report on failed login attempts to SQL Server 2008 Database

Need to report on failed login attempts to SQL Server 2008 Database

Need to report on failed login attempts to SQL Server 2008 Database

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Ok so I have a SQL 2008 R2 server setup with login auditing turned on to failed logins only. I can look at the logs and see failed login attempts, but the customer wants a crystal report for this. Does anyone know how to access the SQL logs in Crystal XI?

RE: Need to report on failed login attempts to SQL Server 2008 Database

This will read the current log file:

EXEC sp_readerrorlog 0,1,'login failed'

You can add a command to the report and place this line there

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RE: Need to report on failed login attempts to SQL Server 2008 Database

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Where is this sp located? It does bot return enough data, and I'd like to modify it.

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