Service Logon Failure


I am trying to give a web service access to a sql 2008 database which is on the same domain but a different server to the one where the web service is located.
I have set up a user logon in the security node on the server tree and added a new user to the security node within the database node and mapped this to the Logon set up in the previous stage.
When I set the connection string in my web service settings tab to the user set up in the sql server the test connect passes but when the services attempts a connection via this connection I get:
Request for the permission of type 'System.Data.SqlClient.SqlClientPermission, System.Data, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089' failed.

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Can you please post your SQL connection string, (obviously blanking the password). If you using a trusted connection, it'll be trying to connect using the IIS IUSR_[machinename] user or ASPNET user.
JoeBo747Author Commented:
Hi blandyuk

Thanks for your reply the connection string is below, I am not sure what the issue is should I be using a logon that is mapped to an NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE account on  the server?
Data Source=sql1\;Initial Catalog=Transport_Comp1;Persist Security Info=True;User ID=LocationUser;Password=zxxxy
mmm, your specifying the user directly so it should be ok. Try the below as your connection string:

Server=sql1; Database=Transport_Comp1; Uid=LocationUser; Pwd=the_pass;

Also, try logging onto the SQL Server Management Studio with the user specified above in your connection string. If it fails, your login is incorrect.

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JoeBo747Author Commented:
thanks for the assistance this worked.
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