On the SQL server

Open a windows command prompt
To list the available SQL Servers, run:
To change the password for the SA SQL user, run:
OSQL -S <SQL ServerName> -E
sp_password NULL, <New Password>, ‘sa’
Log in with your new password in SQL Management Studio

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