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SQL Server 2000 SP 3: What's New in Security


SQL Server 2000 SP 3: What's New in Security

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Great article. I have a question about SP3a. Since I have applied it, everytime I go into Security, logins in EM and add database roles to a user, I am prompted for the password. I have not change the password and was wondering if this is a new feature in SP3a?

Thanks again and keep up the good work.


Glenn Thompson, Aspen, Colorado



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Have you applied any other hotfixes to SQL Server after applying SP3a?


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No. My version is 8.00.760


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Brian, the really strange thing is when I put in the confirming password (I know it is correct), EM tells me it is wrong. So I have to put it in twice.

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Hrm. I thought I saw something similar... it might have been here. I'll take a look.


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Check this fix http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;826161



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It almost seems like the initial password for the login is blank. And (I'm not really saying this) the passwords haven't been modified in a long time.

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Allen, thanks that fixed my problem.


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