Figure 8-16 Creating a server login account in .NET

Generation QR Code in .NET Figure 8-16 Creating a server login account

Figure 8-16 Creating a server login account
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g In the Login New dialog box, click OK Leave the SSMS window open
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TIP While it may seem as though we have just granted Sally permission to the AdventureWorks database, we haven t By setting the default database, all we have done is set her connection to point to the AdventureWorks database Currently Sally has no permissions on the AdventureWorks database except what has been granted to the Public role Since the Public role has not been granted any permission, if she tries to connect to the server her connection attempt will fail 3 Using the following steps, open another instance of SSMS and try to connect to it using the Sally account just created This will fail a Choose Start | All Programs | Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Right-click over SQL Server Management Studio and click Run As b Select The Following User and in the User Name box enter Sally For the Password enter P@ssw0rd NOTE For a standalone computer or one in a workgroup, you can enter either the username only, or the computer name and username in the format of computerName\username For example, if the computer name was MCITP, we could use MCITP\Sally Your display should look similar to Figure 8-17 Click OK
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Figure 8-17 Launching SSMS using Run As
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c In the Connect To Server dialog box, select your default instance and click Connect You should get an error since the connection tries to connect to the AdventureWorks database, but no permissions exist on AdventureWorks for Sally Click OK, but leave the Connect To Server dialog box open
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4 Use the following steps to change the default database from AdventureWorks to Master for the Sally Login: a In the first SSMS window (the one open with administrative privileges), right-click the Sally login and select Properties b Change the Default database from AdventureWorks to Master Click OK 5 Connect to SSMS using the Sally account This will succeed a In the Connect To Server dialog box that you left open in step 3c, ensure the default instance is still selected and click Connect You should successfully connect to the instance as Sally 6 View the permissions on the Master database: a Open the Databases container b Open the System Databases container c Right-click the Master database and select Properties On the Select A Page pane, choose Permissions Scroll down to the Connect permission Your display should look similar to Figure 8-18
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Figure 8-18 The Guest account is granted Connect permission to the Master database
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TIP The Guest account is created automatically in all databases, but is disabled by default on all databases except the Master Any user granted login access to the server is automatically granted the same access as the Guest account on each of the databases in the server Since the Guest account is enabled in the Master database by default, a new login is able to connect to the server as long as they connect to the Master database
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7 Use the original SSMS connection with full administrative permissions to create a database user named Sally in the AdventureWorks database Map the database user named Sally to the server login named Sally TIP With two instances of SSMS open, it s easy to get confused about which one is which However, by looking at the end of the instance name in Object Explorer (see Figure 8-19), you can identify the instance by the username Use this to verify which instance you re viewing when switching back and forth between instances
Figure 8-19 Verifying the instance by using Object Explorer
a If not open, open the Databases container in the original SSMS connection Open the AdventureWorks container Open the Security container b Right-click Users and select New User For the User Name, enter Sally_dbUser c Click the ellipsis ( ) button to the far right of Login Name d In the Select Login dialog box, click Browse e In the Browse For Objects dialog box, select the checkbox next to Sally and click OK Your display should look similar to Figure 8-20 Click OK
Figure 8-20
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