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SQL server database connection via TCP/IP

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Hallo experts,
When connecting to SQL server 2008 via TCP/IP port 1433.
I am able to see "all" databases on the SQL server.
Exept for the one I just installed from a backup.
If I connect via Windows Authentication everything seems to be normal.
What am I missing here? need to connect to this database via TCP/IP



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do your login has access right to the newlty restored database?
you should give access riht to the database in order to reach it.

open the SSMS and expand the security under the server. locate your login in the logings and right click and choose properties. There under "User Mapping" you should define the acces to the database ..
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Perfect! Changing the database owner did it
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