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Mapped Names across NT/2003 domains

Posted on 2004-08-17
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We have an existing NT domain with a SQL 6.5 installation
We have added a 2003 domain (say 2003Dom)  and added the 2003 domain as a trusted domain to the old domain.

In the SQL server security manager we can add the new domain users to the local security group but when these names appear in the security manager the "Mapped_name" appears as Domain_Username

so instead of Fred

we get 2003Dom_Fred

is there anyway to edit this mapped name to be just Fred?

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Fist set the Windows 2003 Server as a PDC emulator: Run => cmd => NTDSUTIL

and on each computer set the compatibility mode (right click on each 'computer' in the 'Users and Computers' snap-in) to Windows NT.

Luck

Cyber
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by:colindow
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Apologies for th elack of reply. We have had a delay in getting the new network back up. Wilkl revert asap.
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Apologies for not getting back on this. I havent completly fixed it but in fact the problem does seem to rvolve arounf the "Default Domain" setting ion the configuration screen of SQL6.5
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