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Creating Database for SAGE erp 6.0 thru MIcrosoft SQL 2008 R2

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  • Hi!

    Would like to ask question about this situation.

    I'm Installing SAGE ERP 6.0 500 Edition and it is already done. When I'm already making my database for that application. there is a part of Microsoft SQL 2008 R2 gives me a windows indicating to connect to server. that requires me to input my Login and Password. Please see attached below. I Did choose SQL Server Authentication @ authentication.   Where can i get this Login and password. What do it mean?. before i click connect.

    PLEASE REPLY. I BEARLY NEED THIS.

    Thank you very much!.

    Thursday, February 07, 2013 2:52 AM

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  • Hi,

    Seems you missed to share attachment.

    Also your query is something beyond the scope windows general forum to answer.Please seek help from SQL forums.


    Regards, Ravikumar P

    Thursday, February 07, 2013 7:32 AM
  • Hi Louie Pio,

    By default's SQL Server use mixed authentification. So an Active Directory admin's account would be able to connect to it if you forgetted the SA's password. (And it auto add the username that SQL Server was installing under). (You can reset the password too)

    If it's a integrated SQL/MSDE/Express then you will have to ask the software vendor to get more help, as it would be pre-coded in it if it was installed when you installed the software.

    If you need to reset the password, or any more advanced question, I suggest the same thing as Ravikumar, as posting in the SQL's forum.

    Thanks 


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    Friday, February 08, 2013 3:28 AM
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  • By default's SQL Server use mixed authentification.

    The statement quoted above is not completely right !

    SQL server authentication mode is chosen during the SQL server setup, that being said, it depends on Admin's descrition to chose between the types of authentication modes viz: Windows authentication mode and mixed authentication mode.

    Choosing a SQL Server Authentication Mode

    When SQL Server Authentication is selected, BUILTIN Local Administrators group will have SQL sysadmin role, so any account with local administrator will be allowed to log on to SQL.

    sql server default username and password

    Unable to login through SQL Server Authentication

    Also, it's possible to change the modes

    How to: Change Server Authentication Mode


    Regards, Santosh

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    Friday, February 08, 2013 3:58 AM
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  • Ah, sorry, I seen that maybe in SQL 2005's setup then. Thats not for nothing I post in the general's forum and not in the SQL's forum, hehe

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    Friday, February 08, 2013 4:31 AM
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  • Ah, sorry, I seen that maybe in SQL 2005's setup then. Thats not for nothing I post in the general's forum and not in the SQL's forum, hehe

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    That's all right :-)

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    Friday, February 08, 2013 5:47 AM
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