Now flip over to the "Database Access" tab. Place a checkbox next to the database that this login should have access. Further down below, under database roles, you will probably want to enable the "db_owner" role, so that this login has full access to the database. When you're done developing or troubleshooting, you'll want to revisit this role and perhaps grant it less rights for increased security.
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