Using forms authentication but connect to sql server using windows authentication
HiI want to use forms authentication to login to my internet application, but I want to connect to sql server 2000 using windows authentication ( via impersonation of a single windows domain account ) ( Windows 2000 server )Both web server and sql server are running on different machinesCan you tell me the configurations I need to do to allow thisThanks
timoth by default the ASP.Net will try to connect with your SQl Server using ASP.Net Services Account. If you are not using a Domain Account for ASp.Net service then you can use Mirrored account i.e. create a local account with same name an...Using forms authentication
HiI am writing an internet application that requires forms authentication to login remote usersI also want to connect to sql server using windows authenticationThe question is can Ido this?I thought if I allow IIS anonymous access, create an actual windows account to use for the anonymous access then in web.config, set impersonate = true and authentication mode = formsWill this work Many thanks
Windows authentication is not delegatable unless you set up your configuration to use Kerberos.Setting up the anonymous account as a domain account with access to the database and impersonating this...Use Custom Service Account for connecting to SQL Server using windows authentication
My web server has IIS 6.0 and is not in my company's domain. I created a virtual drectory for the ASP. NET 2005 application. I am trying to connect to SQL server which is in domain with Windows Authentication.
I created a local account on WEB SERVER ex. CustomASP, I assigned it with ASP.NET permissions. Created a new application pool with configurable user the local account and assigned the ASP .NET application to the pool.
Now I need to create on SQL Server a login & grant access to the custom service account created (handles the application pool).
How am i goin...Using ADO to connect to SQL Server 2005 or 2008 (Express and standard) using Windows Authentication
I apologize in advance if this is an overly simple question or I have simply
overlooked the obvious.
With the current project (it's client server not n-tier) I'm on, we usually
connect using SQL Server authentication. We now have a customer that would
like to us to connect to SQL server using Windows Authentication. The
customer would like to control all access to SQL server using Active
Directory rather than us having the username and password on the client side
connecting via SQL Server Authentication. The app is still in D5 (don't ask
;) ), with all t...HELP
I am having troubles understanding what I need to do to integrate Visual Basic .NET 2003 with IIS 6.0, where VS.NET is installed on my Windows 2000 machine, but the IIS is running on a separate Windows 2003 Server.We purchase Visual Basic .NET Standard. I assume that is all that is required for creating ASP.NET pages, Web services and Web applications?We ran the setup on the Windows 2000 machine. The prerequisites were installed, followed by VB.NET. We installed the .NET Framework 1.1 SDK and then the .NET Framework 1.1 Service Pack 1.On the Windows 2...SQL Server 2005 connection using Windows Authentication
is there a way to connect from PB 10.5.1 to SQL Server 2005 using Windows
On security tab, integrated field add "SSPI" in the connection dialog.
Leave user name and password blank.
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> is there a way to connect from PB 10.5.1 to SQL Server 2005 using Windows
...Question on connection to SQL Server using windows authentication
I have a domain user account through which I can log on a machine. The machine allows me to use this domain user account to create DB in SQL Server using windows authentication. How can I define a connection string to connect SQL Server? My connection string is like:
string str = "server=(local);uid='"+userName+"';password='"+password+"';database='master';connection timeout=15";
This one works on another machine where I use SA account. But this one does not work using windows authentication. I tried to use domainname\myname as user name, but failed.
Cou...help. when using Profile GetPropertyValue, I get the following connection error: An error has occurred while establishing a connection to the server. When connecting to SQL Server 2005, this failure
Hi,I need some help. I am getting this error after I complete the asp.net register control and click on the continue button. It crashed when it tries to get it calls this Profile property((string)(this.GetPropertyValue("Address1")));When I look at the stack, it is coming from my ProfileWrapper class which adds user address, city, etc.. from a class which inherits fromSystem.Web.Profile.ProfileBase. From the stack, it is calling the System.Web.Profile and crashed when it tries to open a connection atSystem.Data.ProviderBase.DbConnectionPool.GetConnection(DbConnection owningObj...SQL Server using Windows NT Authentation connection string
SQL Server 2005
Server = tsohaephqdb001
Database = D01DMAINTPLAN
Process Id: Windows
Login = asplog
Password = 123456
IIS Server: (separate machine from server)
ASP.NET Version 2.0.50727Anonymous Access = TrueUser Name = asplogPassword = 123456All other options = False
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<add key="...Help for Using Microsoft SQL Server in Powerbuilder Installed on Windows NT
I have the following Question,please Help
I installed PowerBuilder 6.0 on NT 4.0, and connect Database Microsoft
SQL Server 6.5, But after I add a datawindow with Retrieval Arguments
,and preview this datawindow, there is always an error:
"Select error: SQLSTATE = 37000
[Microsoft][ODBC Server Driver]Syntax error or access violation"
when I add a datawindow without any Retrieval Arguments ,and preview
it,it has no problem
...How to connect to a sql server DB using PB8.0 (NEwbee) Please help
After a 5 year break using PB, I am staring again, this time with version
8.0 (instead of 6.5) and SQL server, instead of an ODBC DB.
My questions are:
1) Any good books recomending me?
2) How can I connect to an SQL server? I tried the next, but no result:
a) Made in SQL server a DB called FARMA2
b) Then In PB8.0 I went to "TOOLS DBPROFILE", created below MMS MICROSOFT
SQL SERVER a new profile:
Server: local (IS THIS CORRECT???????)
When I now go to connect, after a good 30 seconds it tells me:
Connot ...Why do we often use SQL Authentication to connect to SQL server?
Hi,From Building Secure ASP.NET application book, I see that Window Authentication is more secure than SQL Authentication when you connect to database. You don't have to secure the credentials. However, it seems that many Web applications are using SQL Authentication than using Window Authentication. Why does it happen? Can you explain to me, please?Thank in advance,Duc
Windows authentication requires a Windows login account. This requires client access licenses. A hosting service with 500 sites on a server would require 500 client access licenses for Windows, simply ...HELP: Connecting using 10.5 w\MS SQL Server\ADO.NET
I was able to establish a connection using ADO.NET from
within PowerBuilder, but when I try to run the application,
on the login I am being asked for a Data Source. Is there
something in the .ini file that needs to be tweaked. Here is
a sample of what PowerBuilder 8.0 uses:
DBMS=MSS Microsoft SQL Server 6.x
dbstatus=Model Office Section 1011
In the db-profile check out the preview tab. That tells you ...This version of Microsoft Sql Server Management Studio can only be used to connect to Sql Server 2000 and Sql Server 2005 servers
When I connect SQL Server 2005 to a remote database i get the error: "This version of Microsoft Sql Server Management Studio can only be used to connect to Sql Server 2000 and Sql Server 2005 servers".
Can I confirm it is because: the remote db is of SQL Server 2008?
There is a soln mentioned in http://forums.asp.net/t/1324047.aspx
Did anybody try this (installing 2008 express: http://www.microsoft.com/express/sql/download/)? I am just checking again, whether it will disturb my existing SQL Server installation, in any means...?
Though it is mentioned that it will g...