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I have been told that If I run my Service under a "DOMAIN account" that Sql Server will be able to recognize the account when I connect using Windows NT Authentication.

So... Easy question for a Network Administrator:

How Do I create a DOMAIN account?
What steps are different from creating a regular Windows login (which does not work for my needs).

My Sql Server is runnign on an WinXP box (but I can test it on a Win2K box)

Please describe what to click and what to type and the points will be yrs to keep.  Thanks!
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Here is a link that will show you how to create a domain account for SQL:

http://vit.smolensk.ru/docs/prog/Microsoft_SQL_Server_Books_Online/2_001_4.htm
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Thanks
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link doesn't work.  can someone update the link or provide content?
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