Corey Bunch

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Moving Your Users with Their Databases

SQL Server 2000 databases seem to move more often than their DBAs would like. However, moving the logins and users can prove to be a bit more of a challenge than just moving the databases. New author Corey Bunch brings us his technique for making this easier.

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