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View Database Diagram... how to modify database properties?

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MCTS Training Kit requires installation of a few databases. After installation, in attempt to view the database diagram, I am sked to change some database properties first.

Question: Could you please take a look the the following message and tell me how this handled?

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DatabaseDiagram.png
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Question by:Mike Eghtebas
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by:Sudhanshupathak
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Chk this buddy it will help you and serve your purpose.

http://dotnetfish.blogspot.com/2008/11/database-diagram-support-objects-cannot.html
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Hi, please try the following:

Select the database, right click it, select PROPERTIES. A pop up window opens up and in the upper left corner you'll see "SELECT A PAGE". select FILE. Now in the main section on the top you'll see OWNER. Select the button next to the empty box. another pop up box opens up, select browse and then you'll have to select (NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM). that should do it and then you'll be able to see the DATABASE DIAGRAM.

Thanks, good luck!
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Thank you.
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