I was wondering if anyone had ever run into this problem. I
have a Login A, B and an User a, b.
Now the User b is mapped to Login A, and I need it User b
mapped to Login B.
If anyone has any solutions to this problem, I`d really
appreciate an email.
I forgot to mention, Login A cannot be dropped becuase A owns items in the database.
I was wondering if anyone had ever run into this problem. I have a Login A, B and an User a, b. Now the User b is mapped to Login A, and I need it User b mapped to Login B. If anyone has any solutions to this problem, I`d really appreciate an email.
Msg 15466, Level 16, State 2, Procedure sp_addlinkedsrvlogin, Line 91 An error occurred during decryption. Msg 15185, Level 16, State 1, Procedure sp_addlinkedsrvlogin, Line 98 There is no remote user 'beg' mapped to local user '(null)' from the remote server 'QRY1'.
I am trying to add a linked server from a AMD x64 server (Windows 2003) with SQL Server 2005 64 bit to a Server running SQL 2000. These are not in the same domain.
I can create a linked server using the option "Be made using the login's current security context" but can not when trying to specify the security context, i.e. sa and the sa password. When I try I get the following message:
Msg 15185, Level 16, State 1, Procedure sp_addlinkedsrvlogin, Line 98 There is no remote user 'sa' mapped to local user '(null)' from the remote server 'DTS_FSERVER'.
I have several other x64 server that I have no problem creating a linked server and specifying sa and the sa password.
The problem with using "the login's current security context" option is that I get an error when trying to run any Jobs against the linked server. The job fails withe the following error:
Executed as user: NT AUTHORITYSYSTEM. Access to the remote server is denied because no login-mapping exists. [SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 7416). The step failed.
I'm sure the two errors are related. Any ideas what is going on?
i'm using the Enterpirse library logger to write logs into a database. When choosing connection string i choose the database i want in the "connection properties" dialog box and push 'Test connection' button. everything goes well.
then i open the SQL Server Management studio express and connect to the databse to check some things, from that point on , when i push the 'Test Connection' button in the Enterprise library i get the error:
"cannot open user default database. Login failed. login failed for user My'server/MyuserName'"
even when i close the sql server manager , it is still stuck - the connection test doesn't work anymore.... it only work when i restart the computer.
Been looking through the forums for a solution to this problem.I already tried granting access through statements such as:exec sp_grantloginaccess N1'machineNameASPNET'But they don't seem to work.. i vaguely remember seeing somewhere a DOS command line statement that grants access to the ASPNET_WP and that fixed my problem before on another computer.. but this is a new computer and i forgot to write down the command.Can anyone help explain and propose a solution to my problem. Many thanxs.
Hi, Im getting this error when attempting to retrieve data from an sql database.
Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Cannot open database requested in login 'projectAllocations'. Login fails. Login failed for user 'sa'.
Line 13: objConn = New SqlConnection( "Server=LAB303-066NETSDK; Database=projectAllocations; User ID=sa;Password=mypassword") Line 14: objCmd = New SqlCommand("SELECT * FROM project_descriptions", objConn) Line 15: objConn.Open() Line 16: objRdr = objCmd.ExecuteReader() Line 17: While objRdr.Read()
Hi when i try and open a database in sql server management studio i get the error "Cannot open user default database. Login failed. Login failed for user 'DOMAINUser'. (.Net SqlClient Data Provider)", what can i do to rectify this, i have googled around and still havent found no answers.
Hey Microsoft: this affects development that will eventually sell a lot of seats on SharePoint Server 2007. If you guys and gals can't straighten out this mess, you can't expect custom solutions with custom web parts. So pay attention for your own good. Yes, SPS 2007 is what this is all about. I've created simpe web parts and deployed them, same VS 2005, but I need local development and debugging for more complex stuff. I'm really disappointed that you have no solution for this problem.
I've seen other posts on this, but the result seems to be the same: if you fix it, it's by accident, not by design.
1. I created a blank ASP.NET web site
2. I added a web part manager
3. I added a web part zone
I get the error described above. I have no idea why SQL Server settings are so screwed up.
I've tried all the stuff in the other posts - security settings, command line installation, etc. None of those worked.
The default template(s) don't copy anything into App_Data, nor create an empty folder. I don't know why that is. I have other web sites working just fine, but they use remote SQL databases, or local ones I created, and didn't need profile management (no forms authentication, no web parts, no web zones).
I've also started out with a local database, using SQL Authentication, later moving it to a remote server, and never had any problems. The SQL Server developer edition and Express seem to work just fine. I can also debug stored procs when the .mdf is in App_Data. So the problem isn't one of connectivity.
What would cause the default screw-up? This would seem to point from all directions to a problem with Visual Studio (2005)? The installation is defalt - perhaps some extras included (copy local), but nothing unusual. AJAX for ASP.net is installed, but not used in the above "default web site" trial. Likewise Syncfusion's tools, which work fine on other developer workstations at this same location, all of which are from the same image (purchased at the same time & imaged). That web parts work on other boxes, running all the same management tools (anti-virus, remote sys admin/sms etc.) makes none of those suspect.
I think Microsoft needs to have a clean problem solution and publish it. SP1 certainly doesn't fix it. What's worse is the stupid, lame error message. "I can't open the default database". Well, what did you try? What do you think the default is? What settings are you using? Why is there no debugging information other than the usual worthless trace information showing it's all deep within the ProviderBase and SqlClient namespace code? How is that supposed to be helpful?
If anyone has anything solid, not guesses, I'd like to know.
can u help me how to find a solution to this:Server Error in '/Forums' Application.Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Login failed for user '"[user]"'. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection.
An unhandled exception was generated during the execution of the current web request. Information regarding the origin and location of the exception can be identified using the exception stack trace below.
I Guys I am trying to create an application that writes data to a SQL database (studio express). The application works fine but as soon as I open the table with the SQL server management studio express the application does not work any more displaying the following message:
€śCannot open user default database. Login failed. Login failed for user€¦€?
If I siwtch off and on the computer the problem disappear till the table will be open with the database management studio express!!!!!
Hi I have asp.net2 app using SQLExpress which works fine in VS2005. When I compile it and try to run it from IIS on the same machine using the same sql server database with: connectionstring="server=.SQLEXPRESS;Database=abc.mdf;Trusted_Connection=yes"/> I get the following error. Cannot open database abc.mdf requested by login. The login failed. Login failed for user 'machinenameASPNET' Any help much appreciated
I wanted to check the asymmetric key option in sql 2005. I copied the books online code for creating a asymmetric key and then used this key for creating a login. Now when I try to login without entering any password I am receiving 18456 error. I would like to know what I am missing here. If I use CREATE LOGIN from asymmetric key or certificate how do I login and with what credentials. Do I need to provide any password.CREATE ASYMMETRIC KEY PacificSales09 WITH ALGORITHM = RSA_2048 ENCRYPTION BY PASSWORD = 'bmsA$dk7i82bv55foajsd9764'; GO
CREATE LOGIN asm FROM ASYMMETRIC KEY PacificSales09;
Cannot open user default database. Login failed.Login failed for user 'NT AUTHORITYNETWORK SERVICE'. Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code. Exception Details: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Cannot open user default database. Login failed.Login failed for user 'NT AUTHORITYNETWORK SERVICE'. I have This Error When i try to log into My online web site, i have no idea how to fix it,one day it was working and the next it wasnt, is there any way to find out what database the default is and if it's either incorrect or not present change the web.config in a way that will make my system work. i have the NT Authority/Network Service in my Server Properties Permissions, its given the type login and is granted Connect SQL by sa i have 3 colder copies of the web site on my server my question is, how would i use of of these to restore the original site configuration is there a way to restore the original configuration to undo whatever it is i've done to break the system ChrisStressed
Hi, I'm new to SQL Express 2005. I found information regarding : "Cannot open user default database. Login failed."on this forum but I think that in my case it's a bit different issue. I have a website (ASP.NET 2.0) accessing DB, in the mean time Windows Service tries to update some data in the same DB (Service runs as NT AUTHORITYLOCAL SYSTEM). The second connection is rejected: "Cannot open user default database. Login failed.Login failed for user ....". Problem occurs only when both: service and website are running at the same time. So service and website are running without problems when they are connecting DB exclusively. My connection string is: "Data Source=.SQLEXPRESS;AttachDbFilename="|DataDirectory|spider-lab.mdf";Integrated Security=True;User Instance=True"
Hi all, I am new in asp.net. In my web.config file, I wrote the connection strings as below and then I got the above error. I already changed SQL server Authentication mode to "SQL server and Windows". Any idea? Thanks in advance. <connectionStrings> <remove name="LocalSqlServer" /> <add name="LocalSqlServer" connectionString="Data Source=xxx;Initial Catalog=mydb;User ID=test;Password=test;Persist Security Info=False;" providerName="System.Data.SqlClient" /> </connectionStrings>
I need help. The security principal is the correct DomainUser, but the error message says I am not authenticated. So here is my error Message: Login failed for user 'NT AUTHORITYANONYMOUS LOGON'. Me.User.Identity.Name=CompanyDomainRyan; System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent=CompanyDomainRyan; HttpContext.Current.User.Identity.Name=CompanyRyan Generated by: Dim secPrinc As System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity = System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent Me.lblError.Text = ex.Message & vbCrLf & vbCrLf & "Me.User.Identity.Name=" & Me.User.Identity.Name & "; System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent=" & secPrinc.Name & "; HttpContext.Current.User.Identity.Name=" & HttpContext.Current.User.Identity.Name Here is the Connection String: Private ConnString As String = "Server=10.144.162.111;Database=DNS;Trusted_Connection=True"
IIS has 4 websites hosted on it. The parent level allows anonymous with windows auth off, but the website level has anonymous off with widnows auth and digest. In IIS, is there a problem with having the parent level anonymous and website level windows auth?
Hi, I have a copy of VS2005 and i have installed the Microsoft SQL Server Developer Edition I am trying to do my first connection using ASP.net (yay for me...) and it has failed...with this error..Login failed for user 'testuser'. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection.
can someone please point out why? yes i know that the error seems pretty straight forward but how do i fix it? like how do i make the user a trusted server connection? where do i do it? and what are the steps? the user is an administrator and by rights should have all access to everything....
SqlConnection MySQLConnection; MySQLConnection = new SqlConnection("server=cmptrname\databsename;uid=testuser;password=password;database=mytest");
btw while your reading do you have any examples of opening a db with the connection string in the web.config file? because i get some error "connection string has not been initialised" using the system.Configuration.ConfigurationManager.AppSettings.Get i though i would stick to the top code first before i tackled the web config error first....
Our server has integrated security setup, upon startup of the server, we have a continuous flow of error msg: Login Failed: Reason: User '_' not defined as a valid user of trusted connection. The timing of these messages only around 30 seconds apart The only incident from Technet I can find is Q186314, but we don't have replication setup, anyone knows where I can look into ? I recycle the server but didn't help. I appreciate any help I can get .. Thanks.
We are wanting to use SQLEXPRESS in a workgroup called REALITY, no servers just PCs. I have four PCs in this workgroup and need them all to share the same database from one of the PCs. I can share folders and map a network drive but can not connect to the SQLEXPRESS database remotely.
I have set server authentication mode to Windows and SQL and have enable local and remote connections (TCP/IP only) in the surface area. After making these modifications I was able to connect to the database through the SQL Server Management Studio Express after I enable the guest account. When I first started I had numerous connection errors and have worked through them all by performing the above and was only finally able to connect after enabling the guest account and adding said account to the SecurityLogins. However, today I am unable to connect I have double and triple checked the settings and still continue to receive the same error.
We have setup a SCOM 2007 Server and in this we have SQL 2005 SP2, We are using two accounts one for OPRATIONAL DATABASE and another one for REPORTING DATABASE after this setup everything was working fine but suddenly my SDK account which is for REPROTING DATABASE was locked by entering wrong password and afterwards I unlocked the password but SINCE this i'm not able to connect to my REPORTING DATABASE and i'm getting following ERROR:- Login Failed for user 'username'. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection.
Taken following action to rectify this problem: 1) Resetting the SDK password with the same password. 2) Restarted all the SQL and SCOM services. 3) Restarted the Server as well. 4) Converted from WINDOWS AUTHENTICATION mode to MIXED mode.
But the problem is still persisting, Please help ASAP.
I received the above error yesterday and haven't been able to trace it to any job or process running. We haven't implemented any changes to the server in the past few months, and it doesn't look to be a user-established connection, since the Client IP Address of the SSPI handshake error is from the server itself.
I logged this set of messages in SQL AgentServer error log:
Date 10.03.2008 6:15:19 PM Log SQL Server (Current - 11.03.2008 2:32:00 PM) Source Logon Message SSPI handshake failed with error code 0x80090304 while establishing a connection with integrated security; the connection has been closed. [CLIENT: <IP Address>]
We are looking at developing an SQL Server 2005 Database and I would like to use Windows Authentication rather than SQL Server Authentication to connect our client app.
In our development environment, we have two Servers, one being used as a file server and the other as an SQL Server. We have now set up a domain using the file server as the domain controller. (We had previously been set up to use a workgroup).
I have set up an active directory group called SqlDevelopers and added an active directory user called Jonathan to it.
On the SQL Sever, in management studio, I have set up a new server login which uses windows authentication called DomainSqlDevelopers. I used the GUI to verify I could see the domain and the group.
The default database is set to a test database on the server. A user in the test database is mapped to the DomainSqlDevelopers and given the Roles dbo, db_datareader, db_datawriter.
To test the log in, on the server, I logged out as administrator and in as Jonathan. I could successfully access the server through management studio using windows authentication.
However, if I log in as Jonathan on my client PC and try to access the SQL Server using management studio and windows authentication, I have problems.
The first time I try I will get a timeout error. If I try again will get either:
Login failed for user ''. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection
Cannot generate SSPI context
I can€™t determine any pattern to which of the above errors I get.
However, if I log in as administrator on my client PC, I can connect to the server using management studio and windows authentication.
Sounds like Active Directory/Domain or other Network issue (Not really my area). I would be grateful for any help.
Hi all, Can someone explain it to me why I am getting the following error when I try to connect SQL server express with .NET 2.0?
Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code. Exception Details: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Login failed for user ''. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection.Here is my code and i am using windows authentication: <%@ Import Namespace="System.Data" %><%@ Import Namespace="System.Data.SqlClient" %> <% Dim connAkaki As SqlConnection Dim cmdSelectAuthers As SqlCommand Dim dtrAuthers As SqlDataReader connAkaki = New SqlConnection("Server=.SQLEXPRESS;database=akaki") connAkaki.Open() cmdSelectAuthers = New SqlCommand("select Firstname from UserTableTest", connAkaki) dtrAuthers= cmdSelectAuthers.ExecuteReader() While dtrAuthers.Read() Response.Write("<li>") Response.Write(dtrAuthers("Firstname")) End While dtrAuthers.Close() connAkaki.Close() %>