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sys.dm_exec_connections equivelant in SQL Server 2000

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I am trying to write this query in SQL Server 2000, anyone know how to convert it:

SELECT      auth_scheme
  FROM      sys.dm_exec_connections
 WHERE session_id = @@SPID
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select * from syssessions
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sorry:

select * from sysprocesses
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In 2000 I believe you have to depend on registry...
in 2005
select auth_scheme from sys.dm_exec_connections where session_id=@@spid
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I ended up calling MS support and this is exactly what they told me.
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MohammedU,
How to check from registry?
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the answer you select is incorrect.
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