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Windows Service trying to write to database table...proglem logging in

Posted on 2004-04-02
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I am getting the following SQLException:

      Message      "Login failed for user 'ITDEV\Administrator'."      string


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Now, I know that I can use SQL Server Enterprise Manager just fine.....and I can read and write to the table that I am trying to write to in my C# Windows Service.  I know that other parts of the Windows Service are running okay.
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by:Tom Knowlton
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Here is my current connection string:

server=ITDEV;Trusted_Connection=yes;database=RedWall;

This works for other apps just fine.
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AdrianJMartin earned 250 total points
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The windows service is running under the wrong account, i thin the default is 'local service', as a test,  in the services control panel change the log on account for your service to your ITDEV\administrator one, and see if it works.

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by:Tom Knowlton
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The services control panel?
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by:dfiala13
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What's the Logon account being used by the service?
What account do you logon under?
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by:Tom Knowlton
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Administrator  (and admin pw as well)

Isn't this just a logon for the service itself   (not for the database connection later on?)
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Depends on whether or not you are using mixed authetication for SQL Server or not.

If you are not, you need to supply ther SQL user ID and password the service will use to login in the connection string
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by:Tom Knowlton
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Are talking about mixed authentication versus NT Authentication?
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by:Tom Knowlton
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I am positive I use Windows NT authentication when creating a DSN  under   Data Sources (ODBC) in Administrative Tools.  These DSN entries are on the same machine I am testing the Windows Service on.

Does this help?
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If you are using windows authentication then the windows account the service is running under comes into play.
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