18452 Error In Sql Server
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Sql Server 2005 Error 18452
9:17 PM Reply | Quote Answers 14 Sign in to vote I think Laurentiu is right, I have found an article from IBM website: "....Solution To resolve this issue, follow the instructions to set User Authentication. SQL Server 2000: Go to Start > Programs > Microsoft SQL Server > Enterprise Manager Right-click the Server name, select Properties > Security Under Authentication, select SQL Server and Windows The server must be stopped and re-started before this will take effect SQL Server 2005: Go to Start > Programs > Microsoft SQL Server 2005 > SQL Server Management Studio Right-click the Server name, select Properties > Security Under Server Authentication, select SQL Server and Windows Authentication Mode The server must be stopped and re-started before this will take effect..." http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21119906 It has solved my problem, so I hope it could be helpful for you too. Tuesday, February 06, 2007 8:58 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Can you please post the exact error message from the
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Password > Resolve SQL Server Login Failed Error How to Fix Login Failed to SQL Server sql server error 18452 untrusted domain - Error 18456/18452/4064/4062 After you install Microsoft SQL Server 2014/2012/2008/2005/2000, and you try to connect to server that is running SQL Server, probably sql server error 17806 you receive one of following error messages. Login failed for user '
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Server connection. July 1, 2009 Justin Stenning 6 Comments Login failed for user ‘username'. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection. This error occurs when you attempt to login to SQL Server using SQL Server Authentication mode (username + password) when the SQL Server instance is only configured for Windows Authentication. To fix the issue: Enable SQL Server Authentication Enable the "sa" user, and configure a password for it Restart the SQL Server Instance 1. Enabling SQL Server Authentication (or mixed authentication mode) a) Open SQL Server Management Studio b) Connect to the server using Windows Authentication c) Right click the "Server" node in the tree (the top level node), and select properties d) Select the Security page and select "SQL Server and Windows Authentication mode" as the "Server Authentication" value. SQL Server Security Properties 2. Enabling and setting the password for the ‘sa' login a) Run the following SQL statements against the master DB: ALTER LOGIN sa WITH PASSWORD = 'the password'
GO LOGIN sa ENABLE GO 123 ALTER LOGIN sa WITH PASSWORD = 'the password'