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Alternatively, you can use SSMS to add and remove logins from fixed server roles. You can accomplish these tasks by displaying the properties for either a login or a server role.
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For more information about fixed server roles and their properties, see the Server-Level Roles topic in SQL Server 2005 Books Online.
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Selecting an Authentication Mode and Creating a Login
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In these practices, you will change your server s authentication mode to Mixed Mode and create a SQL Server login. You will enforce the password policy and expiration policy for that login and add the login to the sysadmin fixed server role.
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Practice 1: Change Authentication Mode
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In this practice, you will change authentication mode to Mixed Mode. 1. In SSMS, right-click your server and choose Properties. 2. Select the Security page. Below Server Authentication, select SQL Server And Windows Authentication mode. Click OK. A warning message appears informing you that this change will take effect only after you restart SQL Server. 3. Right-click your server and choose Restart so the change will take effect.
Practice 2: Add a SQL Server Login
In this practice, you will add a new SQL Server login and enforce the expiration and check policy restrictions. Then you will add the login to the sysadmin fixed server role. 1. Expand the Security node, right-click Logins, and then choose New Login. The New Login dialog box appears. 2. In the Login Name text box, type sqlLogin. 3. Select the SQL Server Authentication option; in the Password and Confirm Password text boxes, type the password Pa$$w0rd. 4. Clear the User Must Change Password At Next Login check box. 5. To add the login to the sysadmin fixed server role, select the Server Roles page. Select the Sysadmin check box and click OK.
Lesson 4: Configuring Server Security Principals
Lesson Summary
Server principals provide a mechanism for controlling how SQL Server authenticates user access to database resources. SQL Server provides two authentication modes: Windows authentication the default and recommended mode and Mixed Mode authentication, which you use only if you need to give access to non-Windows users. Each user connection should specify a valid login so that the database engine can authenticate the connection and check the permissions. To help manage administrative privileges to SQL Server, you can assign logins to fixed server roles, which define ready-made permissions for members of each role.
Lesson Review
The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. The questions are also available on the companion CD if you prefer to review them in electronic form.
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Answers
Answers to these questions and explanations of why each answer choice is right or wrong are located in the Answers section at the end of the book.
1. Which of the following are valid SQL Server principals (Choose all that apply.) A. Database users B. Fixed server roles C. Windows logins D. SQL Server logins
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2. Which of the following sentences are true regarding authentication modes (Choose all that apply.) A. Windows authentication is the preferred authentication mode. B. Mixed Mode authentication does not let you apply password policies. C. Windows authentication is the default authentication mode. D. Mixed Mode authentication is the default authentication mode. 3. Which of the following statements let you create a SQL Server login called Peter (Choose all that apply.) A. CREATE LOGIN Peter FROM SQL B. CREATE LOGIN Peter WITH PASSWORD= Pa$$w0rd C. EXEC sp_addlogin Peter , Pa$$w0rd D. EXEC sp_grantlogin Peter , Pa$$w0rd
Lesson 5: Configuring Database Securables
Lesson 5: Configuring Database Securables
Although server security principals are the entities requesting access to database resources, server securables are the entities that you allow or disallow principals to access. At the highest securable level are servers and databases, but you can also set permissions at a more granular level. This lesson covers securables at the database level. After you configure the authentication mode and create logins for the principals, you need to give them appropriate database access. You do this by mapping each database login needing access to the database to a database user. For faster and easier administration, you can add database users as members of database roles.
After this lesson, you will be able to:
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