Joining A SQL Server To A Domain

David Fowler continues his series on building a home lab:

Part 1 of Creating a SQL Server Test Lab On Your Workstation can be found HERE 

In the second part of our series on creating a SQL Server test lab on your workstation, I’m going to look at creating a domain user, joining a SQL Server to our domain and connecting to that server using our domain account.

Read on to see how to do just that.

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