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Posted on 2008-10-14
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-We want to make it so when you log into sql, you only see production databases or reporting databases.
-Want to allocate resources for production more than reporting
How can we accomplish this is the most efficient manner?
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We want to make it so when you log into sql, you only see production databases or reporting databases.:
Whether or not you have access, you will be able to see all databases in the object explorer that exist on the server.


Want to allocate resources for production more than reporting:
To be able to allocate different resources, you would need to install the databases in separate instances of SQL server.  You could then limit the reporting instance to less memory/cpus.
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