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Can I grant Unix / windows login to sybase server

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Can I grant existing login in windows / Unix server to sybase server ? for eg: user already create  in local pc or domain..
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On Windows you can set up "integrated security" where Windows domain logins can be mapped to Sybase logins, and Windows domain groups mapped to Sybase roles.

I don't recommend it. It's messy, clumsy, and the defaults make no sense - the Windows group Everyone gets mapped to sa_role and sso_role, for instance, or at least they did when I looked into this a very long time ago.

More recent releases can tie into UNIX LDAP but I think you pay for that as a premium feature.
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