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problem creating login

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We have sqlserver 2005 I deleted a login (a domain group) then tried to recreate it.

I entered the domain group name then clicked the check names button and received the msg group not found?

type was user or group
location was set to the domain

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I would check all typres to make sure:
User
Group
Built-in security principal

If this doesn't help then click on Advanced, again check type and location) and then Find.
You will be able to browse all users and groups in here
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Thanks.
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