The principal in the error you are seeing (MVGSQL01\itsac) is a Windows login from the computer MVGSQL01 and can't be created in SQL Server because it doesn't exist on the destination computer.
You would need to create a new Windows login on the computer you are copying your database to.
Then in SSMS using a new query window, you would run these two commands to add the login and then the database user for your new login
CREATE LOGIN [NEWCOMPUTERNAME\itsac] FROM WINDOWS WITH DEFAULT_DATABASE=[mydatabase]
CREATE USER [NEWCOMPUTERNAME\itsac] FOR LOGIN [NEWCOMPUTERNAME\itsac]
Note: Since the computer name of the principal (login) is different though, you will probably get the same error. Another option would be to remove the login (MVGSQL01\itsac) from SQL Server on MVGSQL01 temporarily and then copy the database to your laptop.
There is a stored procedure called sp_help_revlogin http://support.microsoft.com/kb/918992 that can be used to backup and or transfer your logins.
In SSMS, when you launch the SQL Server Copy Database Wizard, you will eventually get to the Select Server Objects Screen, if you are copying to or from a remote server.
From there you can select which users you want or don't want to copy for the database you wish to copy.
And Then you get the Logins screen. Click on Copy only the selected logins and then select the logins you wish to copy. In your case, you will be excluding MVGSQL01\itsac.