How to check if "sa" account is being used to access databases in MS SQL 2005

Hi, could someone please advise if there is an easy way to check if any applications etc are using the "sa" account?  I don't know the sa password and need to check if there will be implications if I change it.  Failing that perhaps there is way to retrieve it without changing it?
Thank you!
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if you have administrator login (windows authentication), you can login with that and reset SA password.

You can run profiler and see which application is using SA user

Hi there,

This is the SQL Server 2005 using SERVER-wide trigger
support_ferretAuthor Commented:
thank you for quick responses!  Sarika30 was first however with the solution.
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