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mvaugh31

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Hello guys, I am using Windows 7 on my System 64 Bit Version. I do Web Designing and Development in ASP.NET using Microsoft Visual Studio and use Microsoft SQL Server as a database. But now I am unable to connect database to my web application. Please help me
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Check the user account and password accessing the database server.
Assuming nothing has changed in the infrastructure, the most common cause to sudden loss of access to a database is account and password information haven been changed.
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Yes, you should check your user account. I had a similar problem.


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