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SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Starting and connecting to your database » SQL Anywhere database connections


Windows integrated logins

The Windows integrated login feature allows you to maintain a single user ID and password for operating system and network logins, and database connections. To create an integrated login:

  • Enable the integrated login feature. See Enable the integrated login feature.

  • Create a database user to map the integrated login to (if one does not already exist).

  • Create an integrated login mapping between a Windows user or group profile and an existing database user. The Login Mappings folder in Sybase Central lists all users with integrated login permissions. See Login mappings.

  • Connect from a client application and test the integrated login facility.

 Supported operating systems
 Integrated login benefits

Enable the integrated login feature
Login mappings
Creating an integrated login (Sybase Central)
Creating an integrated login (SQL)
Revoking an integrated login permission (Sybase Central)
Connect to a database from a client application
Integrated logins for Windows user groups
Prevent Windows user groups members from connecting to a database
Network aspects of integrated logins
Default integrated login user
Security concerns: Unrestricted database access