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GP 2010 - User could not be added to one or more databases

GP 2010 - User could not be added to one or more databases

GP 2010 - User could not be added to one or more databases

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First off, in case it matters, we are using the 90-day trial version of GP2010 to determine if it will work for us.

I can log into the GP Client as 'sa' and get to access everything - as intended.

But since I am a Domain Administrator and SW Developer, I want to set up my own GP login under my own name with the same Access Rights as 'sa'.

When, under the 'sa' login, I add my own user name, etc. and then attempt to Copy Access rights from 'sa' to my own username, I get the following error message:
   The user could not be added to one or more databases

How can I resolve this?

Your advice/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
JRB-Bldr

 

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