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What to set OS_AUTHENT_PREFIX  to null

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I trying to set OPS$ to null.  Is it :
os_authent_prefix=NULL
or
os_authent_prefix=’NULL’
or
os_authent_prefix=””
in the init.ora file?
I have both 9i and 10g databases
Thanks


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I guess it should be OS_AUTHENT_PREFIX="OPS$"

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/Oracle/Q_20029490.html
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It's os_authent_prefix=""

Just FYI: if you are trying to connect with a Windows user authenticated by a domain, you'll have to create users named "domain\user". If you don't change the prefix, you have to create them as "ops$domain\user" :-)
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