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Old October 26th, 2007, 05:51 PM
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Greetings,

Newbie here! I've lurked before but just now signed up. Great site and forum.

I bought the book "ASP 2.0 Security" and have been reading about SQL and SQL Express. It's a very good book and I've learned a lot from it.

I'd like to know if you can tell me how to use a connectionString that DOES NOT utilize "user instances". Also can you tell meything else I might need to know for attaching a membership database.

I've been using SQL Express for a while and am fairly familiar wit it.

I want to run two membership site databases (ASPNETDB.mdf) created with VWD Express on one "SQL Express Instance" and avoid the memory overhead and security issues of "user instances".

Many Thanks

 
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Hi again,

I solved the problem by attaching the APSNETDB.MDF file in SSMSE and adding a SQL Authenticated login which I'm using to connect.






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