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do users go with you

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When you do a restore of 10 databases from a location to a new location , will the user ids and logins go with you.  How do you transfer all of the ids and logins?

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by:arbert
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The users go with the database.  However, the logins don't.  The logins are stored in the master database.  You can use sp_change_users_login to relink the login with the user.
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by:gupshup
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do you recommend me bringing over the master database?
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by:plq
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1. Ensure that the logins exist in the new database
2. Connect to the new database
3. Run
exec sp_revokedbaccess 'username'
4. Run
exec sp_grantdbaccess 'username'


repeat steps 3 and 4 for every user
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by:plq
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No don't bring over the master db, script the logins using generate sql scripts
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by:gupshup
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abert,

i can still run the sp that you recommended however the old server is gone.....it has crashed......so im assuming running the sp wont help...correct?
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IT will help.  You have the users in the database and all the permissions are set for this user.  The stored proc will relink the user with a login.
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by:arbert
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Search in Books Online for sp_change_users_login
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by:arbert
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Gupshup, like I've suggested to you several times in the past--get a good book (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0130614300/qid=1081972369/sr=8-5/ref=pd_ka_5/002-1884116-6048004?v=glance&s=books&n=507846).

You're asking some very simple questions that you could save yourself a LOT of time and money on with a book....
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