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I recently changed the user account that my SQL Server instance was running under from "sql.user" to "sql.user2". When I attempted to have my application server connect via integrated Windows Authenti...
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SQL Server AlwaysOn High Availability is an excellent replication option if you have the need for standby or read-only database servers. In order to use it in SQL Server Management Studio, you first ...