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Connecting to SQL Server 2012 with Mixed Mode Authentication


Connecting to SQL Server 2012 with Mixed Mode Authentication

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kdaniapam
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I have Installed Sql Server 2012 on windows Server 2012 and enabled mixed mode authentication on Installation. I have added few users during the Installation. Now I am unable to login with the username and password that I specified. When I login with Windows Credentials I see "sa" account created and it is the only one with password associated with it. All other usernames that I specified are default to windows credential and no way can I use username and password. What I am doing wrong. I am using the Developer version of SQL Server 2012(SQL Server 11.0.2100)
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Do any of the other windows accounts have sysadmin access? If so simply change the SA password.



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Yes, all the users name added have sysadmin rights. Ok. I will change the password for sa and see. Thanks a lot
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Also I would check your local computer keyboard and language vs the servers keyboard and language.

E.g English British and English American the keys are in different locations eg Shift+2 in the UK is " in the US its @ (I think)

So if your UK and server is US and you have " is it actually an @ etc etc

Might be something that simple, has caught me out a few times.



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