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"The Windows Security layer always falls back to NTLM when connections are made locally"

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 08, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 
Using Kerberos with SQL Server tells (in Comments): "Il-Sung Lee 27 Nov 2006 4:12 PM The Windows Security layer always falls back to NTLM when connections are made locally.  This appears to be the design of SSPI when NEGOTIATE is used so what you are seeing is expected" And how to avoid "NEGOTIATE"? I am curious about 2 aspects: 1) Why BEGOTIATE is used for local connections? What os the point in it for internal connections? 2) Does it mean that I cannot force/trick into using  Kerberos developing against local SQL Sever?


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