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schema name for the "john.doe" user account
this is a sql user and not a domain user account


how to i retrieve this information?

sql server 2008
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Question by:jamesmetcalf74
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Hi James,

You can run this query to check

SELECT * FROM sys.database_principals where (type='S' or type = 'U')

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Hi
that did retrieve some of the users but less than half and not the one i needed...
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