Mixed mode in SQL server..
Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2003 16:34:52 -0000
Just starting down the ASP.NET route after many years of VB/VBA. Been
looking at the security stuff and it seems that Forms authentication seems
to be the most popular route taken and seemingly one of the safer routes.
The only thing I'm not too happy with is exposing my good old SQL 2K server
to mixed mode authentication (after a few hack free years of trusted
connections). Am I right in saying there is no way of being able to
authenticate users AND map to database roles, except using mixed mode in SQL
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