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where is login properties in sql2008 ?

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When I expand Login container in SQL2008, I can't see logins which available in the sql server, how do I exoand this list ?


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by:ThakurVinay
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You may not have access.

also try this
select * from master.sys.logins

Thanx.
Vinay
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