There are two servers €˜A€™ and €˜B€™. At server €˜A€™, there is installed Window server at server €˜B€?, there is installed Window Server2000. And both servers have SQL SERVER 2000. I have created link server from A to B. I have to insert data into table of server €˜B€™ from server €˜A€™. When I used directly insert command like
Insert into [server name (B)]. [Database]. [Owner].[table name]
Select * from [server name (A)]. [Database]. [Owner].[table name]
The data is inserted successfully.
But when I created Jobscheduling , it is failed and show message :-
"Executed as user: HOerpserver. Login failed for user '(null)'. Reason: Not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection. [SQLSTATE 28000] (Error 18452). The step failed."
When our administrators login on the workstation the application works well. But when ordinary users login they get the following error. (We only have 1 domain)
SQL Server Error: 18452
Login failed for user ". The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection.
Then the standard SQL Server Login window pops up asking for the Login ID and Password. On the window the 'Use Trusted Connection' is checked and the name of the user on the workstation appears on the LoginID. What we do is uncheck the 'Use Trusted Connection' then login using the credentials above.
Here's a real puzzler. I have a remote SQL Server running on a different domain than the one I am logged in to. From my own PC, logged in as myself, I can create an ODBC connection to this remote server (using integrated authentication) with no problem. When I log in to any other PC as myself, I get the "28000 (18452) Not associated with a trusted connection" error. This would therefore seem to be a PC-specific problem, but I can't see any difference between the PCs. All PC's are running the same version of MDAC.
Firewall is down, no proxy is involved, and I have given myself Administrative privelege on the PCs.
I have SQL 2000 installed in my windows 2003 server with mixed mode authentication. When I login to the server and open the SQL server manager under my windows name everything works. And if I try to create an odbc connection from one of the client pc's or from the server itself using windows authentication still everything works. Now I opened the SQL enterprise manager and in the Security section, there is a user group called BUILTINAdministrators, I was asked to deny access to this group in SQL. So I did that and added my windows login name in the security -> Login section. Now still if I try to open the enterprise manager and and login to sql under my windows login name it works. But if I try to create an odbc connection to the sql server either from the server itself or from the client work station I get the following error: connection failed:SQLstate: '28000'SQL Server Error: 18456[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Login failed for user 'PRODpchelin' If I go to the security -> Login and enable BUILTAministrators group, everything works. But I would like to know how to disable that group and add my own windows group or login id in SQL server and connect using ODBC. Your valuable feedback is greatly appriciated.
Can anyone give a quick description of the meaning of this message andwhat needs to be done to get a connection.I'm running DBArtisan with SQLServer 2000 client SP4 installed.I also get the same message with MS Enterprise Manager so this iscoming out of the actual ODBC connection attempt.Thanks in advance!
Hi there, I'm getting the following error when I try to run replication from Server A to Server B
28000 Login failed.
I have checked ODBC driver, client Configuration, Remote server set up and everything seems to be set up correctly. I have also checked NT trusted Relationships and it is ok, I can, however replicate data from Server B to server A
Does anyone have any thoughts on this, Thanks in advance Fin
a customer is getting on mS SQL 2000ERROR ODBC 28000 Invalid authorization specificationI dont understand because all the rigth are OKASP NET USER, IISS user and so on !i am trying to connect the to SQL from ASPX pages (it works for me and a few customers but not that one)what can be the problem ?thank you
If I connect to SQLServer Express via Windows Authentication it works fine. But if I use SQL Server Authentication it doesn't work with a new created user and sa (with a new password) too. I turned mixed mode on, registry key HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftMicrosoft Sql ServerMSSQL.1\MSSQLServerlogin has the value 2 and all ports are set to 1433 but there is still error 18452. Any suggestions?
I keep getting this error when tring to log in to a SQL 7 db from a client application written in VB6.
The text reads:
Login failed for user 'rmuser'. Reason: Not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection.
I have the account setup in SQL security and I have the account listed in the database and I'm using named pipes on a common domain. I'm running out of options. The network is a mix of Novell and NT. Please help
Connection failed: SQL State '37000' SQL Sever Error: 18452 [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Sever Driver][SQL Server]Login failed for user '(null)'. Reason: Not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection.
I have verified in Enterprise Manager that the concerened login is using a Windows 2000 Authentication and has the correct grant access permissions set up for the default database. Also switching to SQL Server Authentication or disabling security are not the options available in this case.
I'm trying to log in on local machine to my SQL Server 2005 (in Windows Server 2003) using a user not trused, like as 'sa' user, but I receive the error Login failed for user 'sa'. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 18452).
No problem to connect with trusted user (my logon user to operating system).
I set the auth mode to SQL Server & Windows but doesn't work.
I am having two servers in the network. Main server and Second one is my Database server. To resolve the connection issues, I created a user group in the Main Server and mapped that user group to the SQL Server Logins. on the database server. Now things should have been working properly. But I am not able to connect to the SQL server for some particular users. But for some users it is working. Please help. I am having my application in C#.
I'm using Sql Server Express on Windows xp Home Edition, I have created a user FAB in Sql server and then I have given it the rights as a server adminstrator. For creating a user I have followed the video tutorial from the web site of SQL Server Express.
But when I want to connect with SQL Server Express using Sql server authentication it gives me the following error:
Login failed for user 'FAB'. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection. (.Net SqlClient Data Provider)
Error Number 18452,
I have searched [ Sql Express Error 18452 ] from google and read many articals but I can't find any artical which can solve my problem.
We have 2 failover servers and one client in our test environment. We have all the three configured in mixed mode authentication(windows + sql server authentication). But when we are failing over from 1st server to 2nd one, we are getting the following error message,
I am having two servers in the network. Main server and Second one is my Database server. To resolve the connection issues, I created a user group in the Main Server and mapped that user group to the SQL Server Logins, on the database server. Now things should have been working properly. But I am not able to connect to the SQL server for some particular users. But for some users it is working. Please help. I am having my application in C#.
When attempting to log into Mgt Studio using windows authentication I am getting the error: Error 18452 (not associated with a trusted sql server connection) .
I added my domainuserName in sql with no problems and added the account to the sysadmin server role. However, I noticed my credentials on my pc are not listed as domainuserName but rather ComputerNameUserName. I think this is what is causing the problem but I am not sure. Can anyone lend a hand?
Our company wanted to try out SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition (64 Bit). So, we were on free trial of the Enterprise Edition for past 5 months. After which we decided to go for SQL SERVER 2005 Standard Edition (64 Bit). And, Last week, we installed the SQL Server Standard Edition (64 Bit) on our server. After installation, everything was restored as before.
The version we are on right now is:
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 - 9.00.3054.00 (X64) Mar 23 2007 18:41:50 Copyright (c) 1988-2005 Microsoft Corporation Standard Edition (64-bit) on Windows NT 5.2 (Build 3790: Service Pack 2)
Strangely, a job which ran fine till then is failing with the following error: And, to be more specific, when this job is run manually in the form of a stored procedure using the query optimizer it runs fine. But, when its executed as a scheduled job on SQL Agent, it fails. The History logs record the following error.
The OLE DB provider "SQLNCLI" for linked server "LV-SQL2" reported an error. Authentication failed. [SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 7399) Cannot initialize the data source object of OLE DB provider "SQLNCLI" for linked server "LV-SQL2". [SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 7303) OLE DB provider "SQLNCLI" for linked server "LV-SQL2" returned message "Invalid authorization specification". [SQLSTATE 01000] (Error 7412).
I tried everything possible, even recreated the job, but, no avail.
I also considered the possibility if SQL Agent login account did not have enough permissions. So, I changed the SQL Agent login to windows authentication, but the job still fails. So, its the problem has nothing to do with login accounts either.
For the record, I have cross checked all these too.
1. Enabled the remote connections in Surface Area Config
2. Added local server login to remote server login mappings.
3. Checked 'Rpc' and 'Rpc Out' under server options. Also, the Connection Timeout and Query Timeout have been set to zero (0).
Any suggestions pointing towards problem solution appreciated.
I have a problem that I hope anyone here can help me with. We have a new server with Windows Server 2003 installed as well as MS SQL Server 2005. Both of these are freshly installed with default options set. The server is configured to accept both windows certification and SQL server certification (mixed), and our company has a domain setup. This server will be used for internal development, so all of the necessary people have an administrator account on the domain, which is uploaded currently into SQL Server's Security > Users folder. When I am on the server itself, I can log in using my domain name with no problem, as well as sa. However, when I try to connect to the server remotely (by my machine down the hall) using Windows Authentication I cannot. The server has BUILTINAdministrators set up for users, as well as 'sa' and whatever other defaults were there.
I CAN connect using sa remotely on my machine, though, after I enabled the account. The error message I get when I try to log in through Windows Authentication is:
TITLE: Connect to Server
Cannot connect to LAF-SQL1.
Login failed for user '(null)'. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 18452)
No other options other than what I've mentioned are installed. The (null) is not present, but the error message shows up as two single quotes ''. I strongly suspect there is a security option set by default somewhere in WinServer or SQLServer that does not permit remote connections, but I do not know where.
Hi Experts, Can anyone help me to identify the problem? The situation of my problem is : My company network in clients side is running either Window XP Pro or Window Xp Home.The problem occur when i access from Window XP Home to Server (Window Server 2003) an error pop up Sql Express Error 18452. It is worked fine in WIndow XP Pro version. Thanks for anyone provide me a solution.
we have changed the name of MS SQL server 2005 from XYZ to ABC using
sp_addserver <new_name>, local
Now our maitenance plan is getting failed we are not able to execute backup jobs we are getting following error
Date 03.05.2008 16:00:00 Log Job History (ADM_AdminDB_TP_Backup.Subplan_1)
Step ID 0 Server ABC Job Name ADM_AdminDB_TP_Backup.Subplan_1 Step Name (Job outcome) Duration 00:00:00 Sql Severity 0 Sql Message ID 0 Operator Emailed Operator Net sent Operator Paged Retries Attempted 0
Message The job failed. Unable to determine if the owner (XYZSQLServer) of job ADM_AdminDB_TP_Backup.Subplan_1 has server access (reason: Could not obtain information about Windows NT group/user 'XYZSQLServer', error code 0x534. [SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 15404)).
I've received this error twice over 2 days in the SQL Agent error log during off-hours from a server which has not had any changes to it in the last few months (once at 3:32AM and the next day at 3:46AM. I've been able to tie it to log-shipping backup jobs (all of which run under the SQL Service domain account) which run every minute. It seems to be only momentary, as the next attempt a minute later is successful.
I get the same set of messages for each database for the same time which look like this:
Date 07.03.2008 3:31:51 AM Log SQL Agent (Current - 10.03.2008 6:15:00 PM)
Date 07.03.2008 3:31:52 AM Log SQL Agent (Current - 10.03.2008 6:15:00 PM)
Message  SQLServer Error: 258, Unable to complete login process due to delay in login response [SQLSTATE 08001]
Date 07.03.2008 3:31:52 AM Log SQL Agent (Current - 10.03.2008 6:15:00 PM)
Message  Logon to server '(local)' failed (SubSystemStepHistoryLogger)
I can't find any documentation on these errors on the web or MSDN site. Can I chalk this up to possibly "winking" connection to our domain controller? We've never had these messages before, and our LAN department swears that there have been no upgrades to the network or domain controller servers recently.
Hi all, I copied the following code from MSDN2 bcp Utility: bcp AdventureWorks.Sales.Currency2 in Currency.dat -T -c and executed it in my C:Program FilesMicrosoft SQL Server90ToolsBinn>. I got the following errors:
SQLState = 08001, NativeError = 2 Error = [Microsoft][SQL Native Client]Named Pipes Provider: Could not open a connection to SQL Server . SQLState = HYT00, NativeError = 0 Error = [Microsoft][SQL Native Client]Login timeout expired SQLState = 08001, NativeError = 2 Error = [Microsoft][SQL Native Client]An error has occurred while establishing a connection to the server. When connecting to SQL Server 2005, this failure may be caused by the fact that under the default settings SQL Server does not allow remote connections.
Please help and tell me what wrong with this BCP execution or with the database, and how to make this BCP working.
I'm not sure if this is the correct group for this messages, but here it is anyway.
I have a job that has 3 steps to, periodicly the job errors out on Step 1. Following is the message (from Job History).
Executed as user: SMIsqladmin. The operation could not be performed because the OLE DB provider 'SQLOLEDB' was unable to begin a distributed transaction. [SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 7391) [SQLSTATE 01000] (Error 7312) OLE DB error trace [OLE/DB Provider 'SQLOLEDB' ITransactionJoin::JoinTransaction returned 0x8004d00a]. [SQLSTATE 01000] (Error 7300). The step failed. --------------------
Can someone please explain this message, I have no idea how to fix it or what the cause is.