I installed a new domain controller and change the domain name and now I cannot log into the SQL Server using Windows Authentication. (The SQL Server hardware was not changed but I took it off the old domain and put it on the new domain).
The login for the SSMS.exe (Management Studio) shows the NEWDomain/user but it is greyed out so I cannot change it and I cannot log in.
I tried using the command line runas /netonly /user command with both the new and old domain but it did not work
Hopefully you can gain access by logging in via Disaster Recovery.
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