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8 IMPACT web services must be able to communicate with the database that was installed in the previous steps. This requires us to set up a user account that these services can use to get read and write access. The user account will use //SQL Server authentication//.
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10 = Create new login =
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12 Open up (% style="font-size:14px" %)//Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio//. Go to the //Security// tab in the //Object Explorer,// right-click and select //New Login...//
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14 //[[image:https://wiki.impact.strusoft.com/xwiki/bin/download/Installation/Install%20web%20services/WebHome/Logins.png||alt="Logins.png"]]//
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16 //Figure 5: New login//
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18 Under the page General, you choose your //Login name //and your //password//. Box //SQL Server authentication //and unbox //Enforce password policy.//
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20 //[[image:https://wiki.impact.strusoft.com/xwiki/bin/download/Installation/Install%20web%20services/WebHome/Login%20-%20general.png||alt="Login - general.png"]]//
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22 //Figure 6: Page: General//
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24 Under the page //User Mapping//, choose your //database //and box //strusoftServiceRole.[[image:https://wiki.impact.strusoft.com/xwiki/bin/download/Installation/Install%20web%20services/WebHome/Login%20-%20User%20Mapping.png||alt="Login - User Mapping.png"]]//
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26 //Figure 7: Page: User Mapping//
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33 **Contents**
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