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SQL Anywhere 11.0.0 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Starting and Connecting to Your Database » Connecting to a database » Using integrated logins


Network aspects of integrated logins

If the database is located on a network server, then one of two conditions must be met for integrated logins to be used:

  • The user profile used for the integrated login connection attempt must exist on both the local computer and the server. As well as having identical user profile names on both computers, the passwords for both user profiles must also be identical.

    For example, when the user jsmith attempts to connect using an integrated login to a database loaded on a network server, identical user profile names and passwords must exist on both the local computer and the computer running the database server. The user jsmith must be permitted to log in to both computers.

  • If network access is controlled by a Microsoft Domain, the user attempting an integrated login must have domain permissions with the Domain Controller server and be logged in to the network. A user profile on the network server matching the user profile on the local computer is not required.