SQL 2005 and Security Account Delegation

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I read this feature for SQL2000 SP3 but I wonder if this is still valid for SQL2005 or, if it has changed which is the new feature that enables to retain the authentication credentials of the original client.
ASKED: October 3, 2008  4:04 PM
UPDATED: October 7, 2008  8:06 PM

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It sounds like you are asking about Windows Authentication, but I’m sure that I’m just misreading the question.

About all that was introduced in SQL 2000 SP3 was Cross Database Chaining. Is that what you are referring to? This feature exists in SQL 2005 much as is did in SQL 2000.

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  • alessandro.panzetta
    Hi MrDenny, I have a problem when if a report is run directly on the ReportServer eveything works fine but if the same report is run from a client that is authenticated at domain level the same report fails by giving a rsProcessingAborted error so i thought it may be related to authentication in some way.
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  • Denny Cherry
    Can you check the ERRORLOG of the SQL Server and tell me if you are seeing any errors about failed logins?
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