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I am new to this, so, I will be greatful to anyone who can clarify the following:

qn 1:
In login properties under Logins of Security, what does creating mapping to the different databases mean ?

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Then, what does
Security -> Logins - > Login Properties -> User mapping -> Users mapped to this login -> checking the database - accomplish?

qn 2:
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