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Ever since I installed Diskeeper Administrator 2009 on my PC (it runs XP Pro, svc pk 3), every time I print something, I get some "MSDE for AdminDB" pop-up that says "Setup has detected that your current SA password is set to blank. Please use sp_password to set a strong SA password and restart...
What is the easiest procedure for changing the SA password, and what is the procedure for testing the password change?
By mistake I deleted my SA account. Now I am unable to access the isql I had done. I know that if you have lost the 'SA' password, then you can regenerate another one. I followed the steps outlined in the SearchEnterpriseLinux ATE answer on the topic of regenerating an SA password. But nothing...