If this is supported, it would be through optional properties given to the JDBC driver.  So, you should read the documentation for your driver and see if it is supported.  If the driver does support additional properties for this alternative authentication method, then you can modify the driver definition in SQuirreL to specify these additional properties.

Rob

On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 8:43 AM, Gert Myburgh <GMyburgh@metropolitan.co.za> wrote:

Hi Support,

 

I am using SQuirrel SQL Client V 3.2.1 and are also using the JAVA database driver(JDBC) called  jTDS v1.2.5 which is a TYPE 4 Driver.

 

My company has setup a database for me on MS SQL Server 2005 and 2008. I can use SQuirrel to get access using the “database user” they created for me.

 

But I have problems using my network ID to get access to the MS SQL Server database using SQuirrel. With the “MS SQL Server Manager” tool I can choose between “MS SQL Server Authentication” or “Windows Network Authentication”

 

How do I tell SQuirrel to use Windows Network Authentication and not MS SQL Server Authentication to get access to my database?

 

Regards,

 

Gert Myburgh
Systems Analyst / Developer

Retail IT
Metropolitan Life
Tel: 021 940 5327
Fax: 021 940 4855
Cell: 082 856 1197
E-mail: gmyburg@metropolitan.co.za 

 

 

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