My windows 7 installed some updates last night and now ALL the database logins which were stored in my MSSM 2008 progrm are gone.
This is for about 20 different database. It will take a long time to re-build them.
Does anyone have any ideas as to how I can find the authentication/userid/pw and server name settings without doing a system restore?
Any help would be VER MUCH appreciated.
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