Local Database Access Issues

Nov 15, 2004

Hello,





I have a local SQL Server database installed with Visual Studio .NET. I'm trying to create a SQL Server login ID to access a database on this local database. I gave it access to all of the databases with public (the one I'm using it also has DBO and execute permissions on all procs). When I try to login to it through SQL Server Query Analyzer (and also using an ASP.NET application), I get the following error:





Login failed for 'dbuser'. Reason: Not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection.





How do I set up a SQL Server login to access the database?





Thanks,





Brian

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