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When configuring a Silk Test Workbench SQL Server Database why do I receive the error message 'Invalid owner for connection to database'

When configuring a Silk Test Workbench SQL Server Database why do I receive the error message 'Invalid owner for connection to database'


If the below error message occurs, please ensure that that the Silk Test Workbench database schema has been created via the Silk Test Database maintenance tool:

1) Navigate to Start -> All Programs -> Silk -> Silk Test -> Administration -> Database Administration

2) When the Database Maintenance tool opens, Navigate to File -> New Database -> SQL Server

3) Complete the SQL Server Data Source Connection dialog and click 'Create' button

4) If the new database was created successfully close the Database Maintenance tool

5) Navigate to Start -> All Programs -> Silk -> Silk Test -> Administration -> Database Connection Configuration

6) Complete the details for the Configure Database Connection dialog and Click 'Validate'

7) The issue should now be resolved.

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