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grant windows authentication to Developer with workstation outside the domain

Posted on 2014-09-09
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Hi for internal policy I have to disable sql authentication on our new sql 2012 server.
Developers that have workstation not in our ad domain complain that they are not able to logon using management studio neither using run as a different user neither using runas /netonly.
How can I accomplish this?
thank you very much
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by:ste5an
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You can't do much. That's what the policy is intended for.

You may create dev accounts in your AD and either the developers run VM's which are part of your AD structure or you run a Terminal Server in your environment or you run Hyper-V VM's in your infrastructure, where your devs can log in.
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thanks for answer,
I've forgot to mention that my environment is a always on implementation .
I tried to create a sql user but I see it only on one node not in the other one
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by:Vitor Montalvão
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If developers are in a different domain you need to request that domain to be trusted in your domain, so they will be able to connect to SQL Server.
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I Resolved the issue using runas /netonly /user:user@mydomain to launch sql management studio executable file
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I find this solution works very well in my enviroment and required less effort than crating a virtual machine
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