How to restrict access to a sql server database from Azure?

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Restrict SQL Server Login access to only one database

I have a SQL Server server which has around 50 databases on it. I wish to create a new Login for a client who wishes to have access to their database. But I don't want to give them access to the other ~49 databases. How can I do this? Cheers.


Connect to your SQL server instance using management studio Goto Security -> Logins -> (RIGHT...

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How do i restrict access to MSSQL 2005?

Are there any phpmyadmin-like tools for Microsoft SQL Server 2005, or other options to restrict direct access to SQL, but leaving productivity and functionality intact? I am currently in the middle of trying to restrict write access to the production...


Is there anything wrong with using SQL Server Management Studio? It's a (Windows) desktop application...

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How to access database in SQL server from ASP website?

I was trying to connect database in SQL Server 2008. the error shown is: Cannot open database "signature" requested by the login. The login failed. Login failed for user 'IIS APPPOOL\DefaultAppPool' where "signature" is the name of...


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Export database from SQL server 2008 to MS access?

Can you please tell me how to export database from sql server 2008 to ms access , only the table structure... not the data


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Can I restrict write access to a SQL Server filegroup?

In SQL Server 2005, is there a way to allow only certain db users or roles to be able to write to a specific filegroup or data file? The purpose would be to restrict what filegroup a db user can write to -- eg so they can only write to a non-primary...


Never heard of any use for restricting access to a SQLServer filegroup. If you've already restricted...

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Define basic sql command in MS Access Database or sql server?

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Definition of sql server, database engine, dbms and how they all work?

At work(I'm new) I have to use sql server 2008 R2 and from there connect to a server. Databases can be seen once opened. I use a client program(company program)which asks you to enter a database and a sql server name and am a bit puzzled.I assume databases...


Absolutely. The above statement is correct. Your client application that connects to a given database...

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How do I access microsoft sql server 2005?

I am starting some tutorials on microsoft sql server 2005 since it came installed on my computer. The question is when I go to all programs : microsoft sql server 2005 I do not see were I can launch it. When I go under microsoft sql server 2005: under...


Look for "SQL Server Management Studio" - this is what you'd typically use to create databases...

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SQL Server database security?

I'm using my computer as a server on a local network and I have sql server 2000 database installed..the problem is when I keep my computer turned on, anyone can access the data in the database..I don't know how to fix this..I don't know how to add login...


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