opening db in SSMS

I need a little help with a SQL Server Mgmt Studio question:  Need to open a test database in SSMS, and then open the Administrator_Information table and make 2 modifications:
1.  find the drive column and change the value to the new location of my test intranet site.
2.  find the cookie column and change a value here also.

How do I go about doing this in SSMS?  
Henrik1Asked:
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mmarisCommented:
If on Windows Vista or higher, try opening SQL Server Management Studio by right clicking and saying "Run as Administrator"

then: Follow this tutorial

http://databases.about.com/od/sqlserver/ss/sqlservertables.htm

-PT
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jimtpowersCommented:
SSMS as to connect to a database server somewhere, whether that be SQLEXPRESS on your workstation or a server. Once connected to the server, you'll attach (or restore) said database to that server and then you can make your modifications.
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