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Default login for MSDE SQL server 2000

Posted on 2001-08-08
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msde 7.0 use 'sa' as login.
What do i use for 2000 ?

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sa is the system administrator login. You can do any thing when you connect using this login.
You can create your own set of logins depending on your requirements. After you create the logins, you need to give permissions to your databases.
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