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Hi,

I am trying to reset the sa password for SQL server which is not known.  Is there an easy way to do this?

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If you can enter as a sysadmin thru Windows authentication onto SQL Server, then you can reset it without knowing the password, just right click -> properties and change th password
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I am unable to login to SQL
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I am unable to login to SQL
Then you will have to re-install SQL Server.
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