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I am trying to attach to a database in my "Users" folder. When I get to the Attach dialog and click "Add", SSMS can't see any files inside my "Users" folder. When I select Open from the File menu it can.

I hate security.

How can I get SQL Server to see my "Users" folder? I'm logged in as myself.

I'm running SQL Server 2012.

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Never mind. I found this:

Title: Getting a database to attach from a My Document folder
Link: http://www.betterthaneveryone.com/archive/2009/10/13/886.aspx

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