ccposton

authentication_mode=OSA means?

Discussion created by ccposton on Feb 15, 2012
Latest reply on Feb 15, 2012 by agray1
When querying a network SQL Server database using "authentication_mode=OSA" when the help says: "OSA uses the operating system credentials to establish a connection with the database." does that means that my current network login is used the same way that SQL Server supports "Windows Authentication?"  So, if a login fails then the userid returned by WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent() does not have permissions to login to the database?

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