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SQL Server Management Studio

Description

 

This entry is used to define and configure a SQL Server Management Studio session.

 

Auto Login

Built in

Copy Password

 

Credential repository

Embedded Mode

Show Opened Session

 

Support Logging



 

 

If you are sending a command line from a computer that is not on the domain to a computer that is on the domain, check Net Only when using Run As different user.]

 

 

Settings

 

SQL Server Management Studio - General Tab

SQL Server Management Studio - General Tab

 

OPTION

DESCRIPTION

Host

Enter the full Host name. If a default instance has been used, you could just enter the server name.

Database

Enter the SQL database you wish to connect upon login (optional).

Integrated security (Active Directory)

Enable this option if you wish to use Active Directory.

Run as different user (Active Directory only)

If using Integrated security you have the option of running your session as a different user.

Net Only (Active Directory only)

If you are sending a command line from a computer that is not on the domain to a computer that is on the domain, enable the Net Only setting for credentials of the Running As.

Username

Enter the username for the SQL Server Authentication.

Password

Enter the password for the SQL Server Authentication.

Default query file

Specify the file to be opened in the editor. Please see Add-On documentation for more information.

Show splash screen

Enable SQL Server Management Studio to display its splash screen.

 

If choosing Run as different user you will have to specify which credentials to use when starting with Run As.

 

Run as options

Run as options

 

OPTION

DESCRIPTION

None

Will not be able to run your session as a different user.

Current session

Use the same credentials as the ones defined in the session

Custom

Use specified custom credentials to be defined in the username, password and domain fields.

Credential repository

Use a link to an already existing credential entry.

My personal credentials

Use a link to your private credentials entry.