I have a question, and I'll put it in layman's terms - as that's where I am with stuff of this nature.
We have Sitefinity 3.7 (I believe) installed on a dedicated server, under the Administrator user account. Sitefinity was setup by a colleague of ours quite some time ago (hence still being 3.7).
Last week the DServer became corrupt in some way, where the password for the Administrator account wasn't accepted and wasn't resetable. As far as I understand it, the Sitefinity databases use MSSQL to run and are set to use the Administrator username and password.
Obviously, this means the sites are no longer running. I have been informed that MSSQL (on installation) creates a second user called "sa" which has equal administrative privileges. It has been suggested that if Sitefinity could be tweaked/amended/reset to use this user for authority, they should run fine.
Unfortunately I have no idea how one might make this change - especially when Sitefinity isn't running (even the Admin back-end) because, I assume, of this Administrator password corruption.
Any help greatly received.