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How To Create A MSSQL Linked Server For Only One Database Or One Table?

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What is the syntax to create a linked server that will only allow a user to access one specific database or one particular table within a MSSQL user database?
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by:sammySeltzer
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Hi,

Try this:
SELECT Count(*) FROM OPENQUERY('name of linked server', 'SELECT * FROM 'name of linked server'.'table or view name')[/

Let me know if you  have questions
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by:bartjoosen
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How about setup an ODBC connection for each user (user dsn instead of system dsn), and grant privileges for each user to the specific database, blocking public?

Bart
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What is the syntax to create a linked server that will only give you access to one user database and what is the syntax to create a linked server that will only give you access to one table within a user database?
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creating user DSN won't work if the user is connected to server A database emp2 and wants to query data on server B emp2 database while connected within emp2 on server A.
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