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ALTER LOGIN ENABLE

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where is the
ALTER LOGIN ENABLE
bit stored? is this something that can be queries to see which logins are enabled and which ones are not?
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Have a look at the "is_disabled" column is sys.server_principals

See the Documentation: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms188786.aspx
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this info is stored in the read only system Resource database - mssqlsystemresource
with ability to be viewed via system views from master DB
as per above post
sys.server_principals view
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