You just registered SQL server. Now what?
There are two ways to interact with the server:
You will need to expore both ways of interaction, since the first thing you should do is change your password (see your TA if you need motivation why).
For purposes of homework, the query analyzer will most likely be sufficient
Accessing the server via the Enterprise Manager
On the Console Root, expand Microsoft SQL Servers, then expand SQL Server Group, then expand IISQLSRV (Windows NT), and finally expand the Databases folder.
Find your database, named as you UWNetId, and expand it.
Here you have the tools that you need to create and manage your relations.
Right clicking on any of them will give you different options, for example, right clicking on Tables will allow you to create a new table and so on.
Changing your password
On the Console Root, expand Microsoft SQL Servers, then expand SQL Server
Group, then expand IISQLSRV (Windows NT), and finally expand the Security Folder.
Click on Logins.
Find yourself (your UWNetID) and right-click on your username. From this menu, select properties. You can type in your new password in the password field, just overwrite the old one. Once you click OK, you will be prompted to re-enter the password. Do so, click OK and you should be all done. If you're nervous, log out and re-log in with your new password. Good Luck!