I'm trying to deploy a Sitefinity application in a development environment where I have limited database access. None of the content or users in the application matter at all - I just want to start from a "blank" site, create an admin user, and go from there. This is all out-of-the-box, nothing customized.
The first time I scripted the database objects from an existing application. No data, just objects. The new application has the correct connection string for the new database. But I wasn't prompted to create an admin user. The site asked me to log in to the backend, but I never created an admin user so I can't log in.
Which is preferable, or does it matter: Should I delete and recreate all the database objects and start the app again, or if I just drop all the tables will the application recreate them? Or is there something else I'm missing that will enable me to create an admin user? I don't have the option of manipulating the records in the database directly.
The application is in the db_owner role on the database.