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How I a grant permission to an IIS web service to execute stored procs in a SQL Server database on the same server?

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How I a grant permission to an IIS web service to execute stored procs in a SQL Server database on the same server?
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Run the application under an identity (domain\user)

Grant the required permission in the db to that user.


That is one of the benefits of impersonation.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306158
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