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(localdb)\v11.0 authenication

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I have a database that I am not sure was created through entity framework code first, but it is (localdb)\v11.0 called SuperiorDB1.

I changed the web.config connection string to create SuperiorDB2 with entity framework code first.

SuperiorDB1, I have access to    using  Windows Authentication.
SuperiorDB2, I have no access.  Using Windows Authentication.

How can this be??  And how can I get SuperiorDB2 to allow my domain\userid to have Windows Authentication access?

Thank you?
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by:Ammar Gaffar
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Open SQL Management Studio, and set Server to (localdb)\v11.0 then you can manage your database just like any SQL Server database (Add permission to your domain user account).
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The actual solution was that the message (could not login) was not descriptive.  I attempted to create a database, but the create process did not actually work, so the database was never actually created.
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by:kblau
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did my own research
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