Join Simon Allardice for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating SQL Server logins and switching authentication modes, part of SQL Server 2008 Essential Training.
One of the best practice for defining your principals is to make sure that they…already exist as users on your domain or on your local machine and that way…we're using Windows authentication as that first barrier to entry, they have to…have logged on to your machine or to your domain to get there,…it's not the only choice that we have.…When I'm creating a new login one of the options I'll have here is to switch…from Windows Authentication to SQL Server Authentication.…This is not a minor difference. This is a big deal.…
With Windows Authentication selected the login name that I type has to exist…outside. It must exist on this machine or on that domain.…When I select SQL Server Authentication it really means define a new user, give…them a name, give them a password. They didn't exist before. I'm just writing them…and they may now exist in SQL Server.…A very common reason to do this is that you have, for example, a web service…application, something that needs to connect to this machine, but because of the…
- Using T-SQL (Transact-SQL)
- Managing databases with SQL Server Management Studio
- Understanding database normalization
- Using SELECT statements
- Building indexes
- Monitoring database size and integrity
- Backing up and restoring databases
- Creating functions and stored procedures
- Managing database permissions
- Creating and formatting reports
- Adding charts to reports
- Creating and executing a simple SSIS package
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1. Getting Started
2. Installing SQL Server 2008 R2
3. Tools and System Databases
SQL Server system databases2m 22s
4. Creating Databases
5. Importing Existing Data
6. Retrieving Data with SQL
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8. SQL Functions
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11. Backing Up and Restoring
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