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Logins, Users, and Roles - Getting Started


Logins, Users, and Roles - Getting Started

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Andy Warren
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Great article, Andy. It's precise and step-by-step. The diagrams help as well. Thanks.



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Good overview!

Now about that "free" product Microsoft calls "Enterprise" Manager or EM. It stinks. Especially as your users on a server increase and the number of servers you manage grow.

EM has a lot of short comings. I would prefer to call it Workgroup Manager or something not so lofty as "Enterprise" Manager. Just buying a third party product to replace EM is one solution, but if you work in a large shop you still end up having to support EM, the "free" tool.



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Mshapiro - thanks for the comment and very glad you found it helpful. I'll probably tackle a different part of DMO next month, fun to explore.

I'll admit EM is a bit heavy at times. I use it, haven't seen the need so far to look at a replacement...and might have to build my own anyway! ISQLW is a good complement to it in SQL2K, object browser seems fast compared to EM.


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I am an old man who is struggling to grasp the rudiments of SQL Server.
Thank you for the lucid article. I printed it and intend to follow it step by step.
Also, thank you for considering the needs of beginners. I use BOL regularly, but your article was vastly superior to BOL.
Not everyone grew up with a keyboard.



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Couldnt ask for a nicer comment!


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Thank you very much, very helpful.

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brillant article -- both the content covered and the way of presenting!



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Thanks! Hope you'll continue to visit and participate.


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Good job. Just what I was looking for to automate login using VB and DMO.



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