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(Allen White) Unless you've got a well-defined strategy to manage SQL Server logins and database users via Active Directory groups (as I usually recommend when setting up SQL Server security), you're going to eventually find yourself in a situation where you'll need to clean up logins that don't have access to any database and database users that don't have an associated login.

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