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How to add new login to Log Shipping


How to add new login to Log Shipping

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I have implemented log shipping and now I've been asked to add a new sql server account.

I added the account to the primary.
Then I used the sid from primary to create the same account on the secondary master database.

Problem is: The user account doesn't show up in the secondary databases.

How do you add new accounts to the primary and get them to show up in the secondary?

Thanks,
Mark
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did you use sp_help_revlogin to transfer the new ID?

what are the results when you run

exec sp_helpuser
and
exec sp_change_users_login 'report'

in the secondary database

if you added the user in the primary database and have restored a log backup post that action on the secondary, it will be there.

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george sibbald (5/26/2011)

if you added the user in the primary database and have restored a log backup post that action on the secondary, it will be there.


What he said. :-D

Simply adding the login to both the source and destination SQL instance isnt enough. If a transaction log backup hasnt been taken, copied and restored the user wont be available at the destination
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