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Hello, I simply want to create a user login database in SQL, what details or Keys should I need  beside the obvious username and password... and how do I create it in the server management studio
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Index key for an ID..  Login created, Status (e.g. Active, Disabled, Deleted, Lockout), Date Locked, Date Disabled.

Be very careful with password.  It would be recommended to HASH or otherwise encrypt the password field as this can be a security audit issue.

This should get you started.

HTH,

Kent
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by:Steve Wales
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In Management Studio there's a Security branch off the main tree.  Expand that, right click on Logins and then New.

Fill in the blanks from there and away you go.
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