how to mound a jdbc resource with an AD account

I am trying to use a jdbc resource to a MSSQL db which is SQL and Windows accounts enabled.
When using a windows domain account, it is rejected while using a SQL account, it works.
Is there a specific syntax for domain accounts? other than DOMAIN\account ?
db = MSSQL 2008 on w2003
client = vista pro
driver = sqljdbc4 (microsoft)
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
So this is a web app, right?
lesouefAuthor Commented:
no, I am using a Java application (Servoy).
have you got integratedSecurity=true in your connection string?
appears you may need a dll installed as well
think you may also need to be logged in as that user

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lesouefAuthor Commented:
bingo, you're the king.
extra one: how do you use this on a server where this will be used by a service? if I start the service with a specific account, will that be used as the current credentials by integrated auth.?
> will that be used as the current credentials by integrated auth.?

I think so
lesouefAuthor Commented:
not sure you need to dll actually, because once the integrated security string is specified, everything works for me.
Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
yes, I can confirm that the server, started under a dedicated windows account, will work like that...
lesouefAuthor Commented:
good. thanks.
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