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How to show the sa Asterisk Password in sql 2005

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If I log in -in sql 2005 as windows authentication , How to show the sa Asterisk Password in sql 2005
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You can't view the sa password, if you want to reset it, open a new query window in sql server manager and run the following script :

GO ALTER LOGIN [sa] WITH DEFAULT_DATABASE=[master]
GO 
USE [master] 
GO 
ALTER LOGIN [sa] WITH PASSWORD=N'NewPassword' MUST_CHANGE 
GO

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