AD Settings - we enabled delegation on service account for A for all traffic cos when trying to enable delegation for server B it doesn't show the mssqlservice in the list You cannot edit your own events. This is an informational message. Thanks, Mani Reply Mohit says: December 29, 2008 at 1:51 am Hi, I am recieving the same error what is specified in this article. check over here
When connecting to SQL Server 2005, this failure may be caused by the fact that under the default settings SQL Server does not allow remote connections.". I finally found the problem to be the Apache service itself running under the user "LOCAL SERVICE" instead of the user account I was logged in as. This is required to go through the linked server connection to another SQL Server using the passed Windows credentials. Operations admins cant say what might have changed that would cause the problem.
Also, the service account on Server A is not a local admin so the SPN was set manually for the service account. Is there any other solution for my problem? lepeniotis Yak Posting Veteran United Kingdom 75 Posts Posted-10/13/2008: 09:30:52 Hi Peace2007 did you use Kerberos? Hope this helps. Plz give me a sugession to rectify the problem.
Reply Srinivasa Moorthi says: May 16, 2009 at 2:33 am I have 3 PC (A,B,C) in this A is the server for workgroup1 and B is the server for workgroup2, and C1 can connect to both servers using the same Windows authenticated account, and I've verified both conections get Kerberos authenrication. http://www.microsoft.com/…/tkerbdel.mspx takes you to Windows Server 2012 home page technet.microsoft.com/…/default.aspx WHY? [email protected] Srinivasa Moorthi V Reply SQL Protocols SQL Linked Server Query failed with Login failed for user | work from home says: June 16, 2009 at 7:07 am PingBack from http://workfromhomecareer.info/story.php?id=9422
I had a linked server connection using sp_addlinkedserver that was working fine then all of a sudden it stopped working. Linked Server Windows Authentication Reply Matt Neerincx (MSFT) says: March 27, 2007 at 3:09 pm Hi Steve, This sounds like linked server connection pooling is making the hop succeed. This is an informational message. Regards Mohit Email: [email protected] Reply SQL 2005 Problema Linked Server-Named Pipes Help Help Help | hilpers says: January 17, 2009 at 4:02 pm PingBack from http://www.hilpers.it/2759918-sql-2005-problema-linked-server Reply Link server not working
We are having some problems getting our linked server to use domain authentication. OLE DB provider "SQLNCLI" for linked server "GHPADW" returned message "Invalid connection string attribute". (1) sp_addlinkedserver result: Command(s) completed successfully. (2) sp_addlinkedsrvlogin result: Command(s) completed successfully. (2b) delegation = 1 (3) Nt Authority Anonymous Logon Sql Server 2012 Include a link to this question if it helps provide context. –Ionic Jul 12 '15 at 14:20 1 I already had the question answered, so I thought it would be What Is Nt Authority Anonymous Logon Human vs apes: What advantages do humans have over apes?
The words "Kerberos Authentication" will become the bain of most sys-admins/DBA's lives. http://kreativexpert.com/nt-authority/login-failed-for-user-nt-authority-network-service-sql-server-2008.html Linked server connection is fine from server A to B. Was Kerberos delegation configured? It requires windows domain, correct DNS name resolution, proper account setting in both Active Directory and SQL Server. Msg 18456, Level 14, State 1, Line 1 Login Failed For User 'nt Authority\anonymous Logon'.
The issue I am having is this error: "Login failed for user 'NT AUTHORITY\ANONYMOUS LOGON'. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 18456)" sql-server share|improve this question edited Nov 4 '12 at 3:44 MDMarra Also, let’s assume A is the middle server that has a linked server object configured which points to a SQL instance on machine B. We had some personnel changes and the servers accounts where changed for security purposes. http://kreativexpert.com/nt-authority/login-failed-for-user-nt-authority-anonymous-logon-linked-server-2008.html I believe they are but its still failing.
SQL Server service domain account is common on both A and B 4. Linked Server Login Failed For User I hate resorting to that, but it seems more secure than the changes you have to make to get it working with windows auth. Is this alternate history plausible? (Hard Sci-Fi, Realistic History) Nesting Parent-Child Relationship Query Using only one cpu core Are evolutionary mutations spontaneous?
Select * [CI1].master.dbo.sysdatabases FAILED (msg 18452) 2. This will do two things, it will give me constructive criticism which will allow me to better frame questions in the future, and it will give me the peace of mind Jay Reply Burt says: September 16, 2008 at 12:31 pm I had the same problem "Login failed for user ‘NT AUTHORITYANONYMOUS LOGON'". Login Failed For User Nt Authority Anonymous Logon Ssis Any ideas?
I have been all over google and I can't get this to work. The problem is creating Linked Server from Instance A to Instance B. Reply SQL Server Connectivity says: March 26, 2007 at 7:44 pm Hi, Steve The case is interesting. have a peek at these guys I talked to IT manager to see if it's possible to change servers from workgroup to domain but he refused.
Basically, you have to do some complicated configuration related to Kerberos delegation to get this to work. Did Griphook survive the events of The Deathly Hallows? If this causes step 3 to fail, then you are just reusing the authenticated connection you created in step 2. You cannot post new polls.
Search for the service account name.Double-click the service account and go to the "delegation" tab.Ensure that "Trust this user for delegation to any service (Kerberos only)" is selected.Do the same for My one 2005 Std edition can only double hop to 2000 default instances. Is there a token that is expiring somewhere? Browse other questions tagged sql-server or ask your own question.
BUT now we are getting the same issue occuring with our new Enterprise edition 2005 cluster connecting to a 2000 standard edition. Anyway, I'm still having problems. We've restricted the ability to create new threads on these forums. Also the used domain account to which we're switching the user context has permissions on both servers, we get a connection timeout, when trying to switch the context and query server
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