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Password Issues

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When a question says 'Select all that apply' then you should be able to select all that apply. The radio buttons on this question only allowed one answer.

Dont mind me, I'm only annoyed because I got it wrong.Rolleyes


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This is unbelievable! There is no way to tell which is because of a password being wrong since there is no state information given. Even your reference for the correct answer shows that State 8 is an incorrect password and State 11 means the account has not been granted access. Error 18456 shows up as State 1 to the client side, no matter what the error state actually was. You need to check the sql errorlog to actually find out what happened and then use this well-known post to find the underlying reason for the login failure:

http://blogs.msdn.com/sql_protocols/archive/2006/02/21/536201.aspx

Someone really needs to start checking these questions before they get posted!

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This sounds more like a SQL Server 2000 dilemma to me. When failed login auditing is turned on in SQL Server 2000, sadly no State information is returned to the error log.
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