if you import you dll in .net application,you can assign the sink method to your interface directly
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1. Enable Logon auditing in group policy.
2. Subscribe to that particular event using Event Log API's EvtSubscribe[^]
Your program would need to run as a service, because it's possible that noone is logged in at the very moment. I have to little detailed understandiong of the matter toto provide better help, btu that might get you started.
I wondered if anyone can enlighten me on this. I can't seem to find anything from Microsoft that definitely states that AES 256 bit encryption can be enabled under Windows XPe. Does anyone know if this is possible, or am I stuck with triple des? If anyone can shed any light, point me to some articles, etc. Specifically, I need to do some column level AES 256 encryption using SQL Server 2005. DES works fine, but I get an error that AES is not supported.
Microsoft's documentation seems to be a little murky on the subject, I agree. However, reading between the lines - one can see from the following two links, that you don't appear to have any support for doing this directly in SQLServer, though .NET 1.1 apparently has an AES_256 class, which DOES work in XP.