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Technically, this does not convert the domain user to a local user. It migrates file and (perhaps) registry settings from the domain user to the local user, but you still end up with a different SID. This means that anything in the system that is SID-based (file system permissions, SQL server access using Windows Authentication, etc.) will still only refer ...


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If you are trying to install MSSQL Server 2008 R2 after uninstalling any higher or lower version of MSSQL Server i.e MS SQL Server 2012,2014. Please make sure that you have removed every single file with the name SQL Server except the following three files from the control panel >> Programs >> Uninstall a Program. Microsoft SQL Server Compact 3.5 SP2 ENU ...


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So the issue seems to be that gparted wasn't showing old partitions. I was creating the new partitions by using "Unformatted" as the format type, but that seems to leave old cruft behind. I created a new partition that was the entire 54TB volume, using "cleared" as the format type, then deleted that and re-created the partitions using unformatted. lo and ...


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