MS SQL Server Audit Event: 24290

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24290: Issued a delete user-defined server role command

Server roles are similar to 'groups' in Windows Active Directory. They are used to manage user permissions at the SQL server level. Server level principals can be added to appropriate server roles based on the permissions to be granted to them. Event 24290 occurs when a command to delete a user-defined server role has been issued. It is generated by the SERVER_PRINCIPAL_CHANGE_GROUP action group. Administrators can derive important information from this event including the:

  • Date and time at which the event occurred.
  • Session identifier of the event.
  • Privileged user who performed the action.
  • Server associated with the event.
  • ID, name, and type of the target object (in this case, the server role).
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