Re: IIS acessing SQL if not in the same domain
Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2004 14:17:53 +0100
"Gaah" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> If you want this to work even if domains aren't the same and without using
> the user/password trick on both machines, you should configure MDAC
> to work with TCP/IP instead of Named Pipes.
> Run cliconfg.exe to configure this.
> This works for whatever version of windows you're running.
You also name it a "trick". So it is no advisable to do so? And it might
break in the future?
I do not yet understand the "TCP/IP vs. Named Pipe" remark. How is
authentification done, if TCP/IP is choosen? Do userid/password have to be
inserted into the connection string?
Michael G. Schneider
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