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Create New SQL Server Database Dialog Box

Use this dialog box to create a new SQL Server database on a server with the Microsoft SQL Server database management system. To access this dialog box, right-click the Connections node in Server Explorer and choose Create New SQL Server Database.

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Select or enter a server name

Shows the name of the server for this connection. To choose a different server, select one from the drop-down list or type the server name into the text box.

Refresh Button

Updates the list of servers to include any that became available since you opened or refreshed the drop-down list.

Use Windows NT Integrated Security

Allows a network user to access the database for this connection without supplying a separate User ID or password because these are obtained from the Windows NT network security process.

Use a specific user ID and password

Sets the logon requirements so you must enter a user name and password to open the connection from Server Explorer.

User ID

Provides a text box in which to enter a User ID. When you open this connection from Server Explorer, the logon dialog box will require that you enter this User ID to access the database. The database administrator must first grant permission for you to access the database in order for the connection to succeed.

Password

Provides a text box in which to enter a password. When you open this connection from Server Explorer, the logon dialog box will require that you enter this password to access the database. The database administrator must first grant permission for you to access the database in order for the connection to succeed.

Enter a new database name

Shows the name of the database for this connection. To choose a new database, select one from the drop-down list or type the database name into the text box.

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