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Use the Login tab of Login Editor to configure login authentication and default parameters.

 

Specify the way used by the login to connect to the instance of SQL Server:

RadioButton Windows authentication

RadioButton SQL Server authentication

RadioButton Mapped to certificate

RadioButton Mapped to asymmetric key

 

CheckBox Enabled

Enables/disables the login immediately after it is created. A disabled login still exists in the server, but it cannot be used to connect to the instance of SQL Server.

 

CheckBox Login is locked out

This option is used to indicate whether the login is locked out.

 

RadioButton Windows authentication

When Windows Authentication is used to connect to SQL Server, Microsoft Windows is completely responsible for authenticating the client. In this case, the client is identified by its Windows account (Windows-level login).

 

CheckBox Built-in account on server

Select this option to specify a built-in server account for the login (User or Group), or specify the Windows Domain and User or group name.

 

Login Editor - Setting login parameters - Windows authentication

 

 

CheckBox Access denied

Select this option to forbid any connections to the server for the login.

 

Login name

Enter a name for the new login, or modify the name of the login being edited.

 

RadioButton SQL Server authentication

When SQL Server Authentication is used, SQL Server authenticates the client by comparing the client-supplied user name and password to the list of valid user names and passwords maintained within SQL Server.

 

CheckBox Enforce password policy

This option specifies that the Windows password policies of the computer where SQL Server is running should be enforced on this login.

 

CheckBox Enforce password expiration

This option specifies whether password expiration policy should be enforced on this login.

 

Credential

Use the drop-down list to select the credential that will be mapped to the new SQL Server login.

 

Login Editor - Setting login parameters - SQL Server authentication

 

 

RadioButton Mapped to certificate

Select this option to specify a certificate-mapped login.

 

Certificate name

Use the drop-down list to select the certificate that will be associated with this login.

 

Login Editor - Setting login parameters - Certificate

 

 

RadioButton Mapped to asymmetric key

Select this option to specify an asymmetric key-mapped login.

 

Asymmetric key name

Use the drop-down list to select the asymmetric key that will be associated with this login.

 

Login Editor - Setting login parameters - Asymmetric key

 

 

The lower group allows you to set the Default parameters pertaining to the login: Default Database and Default Language. Use the corresponding drop-down lists to select the required values that will be assigned to the login.