Recently I had a problem on a project where we needed to securely store documents. It was the first time for the customer to do such a thing. Telling them this was not so hard, I convinced them to use SQL file tables to store these documents securely in an SQL server database. After validating the SQL server database version used, I let the DBA’s create the file stream storage group and file, changing the database and server properties and created the file table. So far, no issues arose and we were ready for development.