Please contact the appropriate software vendor or IT professional for assistance with this process or issue, which is beyond Blackbaud's scope of support.

Database access attempts are not tracked within Blackbaud products. Instead, enable C2 Audit Tracking in SQL to view a log file that tracks all attempts to access the database statements and objects. The log file is typically stored in \MSSQL\Data directory for default instances of SQL, or the \MSSQL$instancename\Data directory for named instances. Please note that enabling SQL auditing may adversely affect database performance.

To enable C2 Audit Tracking using SQL Server 2008 R2, refer to SQL Server 2008 R2 Books Online.

To enable C2 Audit Tracking using SQL Server 2008, refer to SQL Server 2008 Books Online.

To enable C2 Audit Tracking using SQL Server 2005, refer to SQL Server 2005 Books Online.

NOTE: This option is not available for organizations whose databases are hosted by Blackbaud.