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Mark-sai Respected Contributor.
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.Net SDK authentication method

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Hi,

I'd like to use windows authentication when connecting to RM database. This is the standard connection.

Database objDB = new Database();

objDB.WorkgrouServerName=workgroupserver;

objDB.Id=dbId;

objDB.Connect();

How can I set it to use windows authtication? Eventually I'd like to call this thing from WCF which will be using an account in application pool identity. 

 

Thanks,

 

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Re: .Net SDK authentication method

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I suspect you need Database.TrustedUser: http://www.hprm.info/blog/2015/9/23/databasetrusteduser-and-web-applications


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Re: .Net SDK authentication method

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I suspect you need Database.TrustedUser: http://www.hprm.info/blog/2015/9/23/databasetrusteduser-and-web-applications


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