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SQL Server 2000 Cannot Grant Access to Recreated User

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Last Modified: 2012-05-09
I know its old, and yes we are upgrading to SQL Server 2008, but in the meantime I have this problem.

When I try to grant access to a database using an AD user that was deleted and recreated (they left the company and came back) SQL allows me to add the user, but they get "Access Denied" when they try to access it. I believe that SQL is somehow either linking to the old AD account GUID, or maybe the delete process doesn't quite get rid of the old one. Anyway I need to be able to grant this returning user access to teh DB, any ideas?
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