This is very simple folks but things have changed since I last installed sql.
I am not under a Domain by the name: AzureAD\Erik
I'm using windows 10 enterprise edition with SQL Server 2016
I use to be able to detach my databases, in previous SQL Servers | Reattach them to say 2010 from 2008 SQL Servers and Map existing user to the newly created or existing attached databases but this is not the case now.
For one I cannot seem to give a specific user the master privileges as before because the new domain user wants to hog everything for itself.
I am using Office365 Enterprise E5 edition so that puts my machines with in that domain; however, they're must be new tips and tricks I am missing.
Can someone tell me how to map an existing login user to a newly created database with out the error in the photos.
I really like 2016 But it could take me until 2020 learn all the newly create features.
So, back to my very basic questions' it is two questions here
- How to create a login user that has the same authorization and authentication as the default user SQL Server always creates when a new database is created?
- How to Map an existing user to newly created database?
- And keep in mind that if I attach a database with the created login user it automatically adds the login user to the database and also keep this specific user as the owner of the database without an error.
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So, any help out there is awesome!