Re: Password's case sensitivity
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2005 08:17:34 -0600
Password case-sensitivity is determined by the default collation for the SQL
Server instance. It appears you have a case-insensitive collation.
Hope this helps.
SQL Server MVP
"sam" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> somehow my Sql Server's passwors are not case sensitive. I thought sql
> server's login passwords are case sensitive.
> Am I worng?
> How do I change my SQL Server back to the case sensitive passwords?
> Please help..
> Thank you
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