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Login failed for WINDOWS Administrator login. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 18456)


Login failed for WINDOWS Administrator login. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 18456)

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COOL_ICE
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Right click on Expand security -> Logins ->Right click on the domain user account -> Delete

This action will throw information/confirmation window as shown in attachment

Once you click on OK, it will delete logged in domain user account.

- SAMJI
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I also did the same thing, But my question when we login with say for example 'Login1' account and is it possible to delete the same Login 'Login1'. You said it is possible, but when i try i m grtting following error as in attachment.
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COOL_ICE
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Yes… Now I understood your issue. From the screenshot, I can make it out that you are logging as SQL user but not as Domain user (Eg: Domainname\Username)

Try logging in as domain user with trusted connection you will be able to delete your own account.

- SAMJI
If you marry one they will fight with you, If you marry 2 they will fight for you :-)
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