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In 1, I mentioned that you should log in as an administrator account to install SQL Server. This would mean that you are in the BUILTIN/Administrators group, which is a group defined for the local computer that contains Windows users accounts with administrator rights. We can therefore already connect to SQL Server with this login, which includes VMcGlynn. JThakur could not log in, though. However, by adding this account to a group we will be creating, and then adding that group to SQL Server, we will see how they both can.
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The process we are about to go through would be the same if we were adding a single user.
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1. Navigate to your Control Panel, then select Administrative Tools Computer Management. 2. This brings up a screen that shows different aspects of your computer management. We are interested in selecting Local Users and Groups Groups. When you do so, you will see that there are already several groups within your computer, as shown in Figure 4-1, as well as a large number of groups already defined for the use of SQL Server. These groups differ from groups that we will be defining for accessing the data. 3. JThakur is a product controller and can add new corporate financial products. Right-click Groups and select New Group. This brings up the New Group screen, as shown in Figure 4-2, where we can add our grouping for our product controllers. Apress_Product_Controllers is the group we ll use in this chapter. 4. By clicking Add, we can then add all the Windows user accounts that we wish to be part of this group. We can either type JThakur or click Advanced, which brings up a selection dialog box. Clicking the Check Names button adds the user to the group.
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Figure 4-1. List of groups on the computer
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Figure 4-2. Adding the first group for our application If JThakur were on your company network, you would have to prefix the name with the domain name. For example, if you had a network domain called Apress, and JThakur were on that domain (as opposed to your local computer and therefore your local domain, as is the case for our example), then you would type Apress\JThakur. Figure 4-3 shows JThakur is on the FAT-BELLY local domain.
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Figure 4-3. JThakur found, ready to add to our group 5. Click OK and then click the Create button on the New Group screen. Once you have created the group, you should close the New Group dialog box, as we don t want to create any more groups at the moment. This brings us back to the Computer Management dialog box, where we see our new group added, as shown in Figure 4-4.
Figure 4-4. New group added 6. We now need to add this group to SQL Server. Open SQL Server Management Studio and navigate to Security Logins within the Object Explorer. Once there, click New Login, which brings up the dialog box shown in Figure 4-5.
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Figure 4-5. Creating a new login 7. Click Search to display the Select User or Group dialog box where we will begin our search for our group, as shown in Figure 4-6. This is very similar to the previous search box we saw but has been defined to search for a user or built-in security principal. However, by default, the search will not search for groups. You need to click Object Types and ensure the Groups option is checked on the screen that comes up.
Figure 4-6. Searching for groups
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8. This allows you to click Advanced, which then lets you complete the search for the group you want. You need to click on Object Types . . . and select the Groups option. Highlight the following group Apress_Product_Controllers, in this case as shown in Figure 4-7, and click OK.
Figure 4-7. Finding the Apress_Product_Controllers group 9. This brings us back to the Select User or Group dialog box where we will see our group has been added, as shown in Figure 4-8. We can then click OK.
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