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SQL Server error: 18456

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by rsbutterfly219 via AccessMonster.com, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. rsbutterfly219 via AccessMonster.com

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    I'm running an Access 2000 Database on Windows 2000. The Access Database
    links to SQL Server 2000 tables. The error occurs when the users login
    through our terminal services and open the database to open the tables or
    forms. The connection will fail with the following:

    Connection failed:
    SQLState '28000'
    SQL Server Error 18456
    [Microsoft][ODBC SQLServer Driver][SQL Server]Login failed for
    user 'xy'.


    When these same users connect to the database through their workstations they
    are able to logon successfully and use the linked tables and forms.


    I used in the Data Source set up and tested the connection and I have as
    WindowsNt authentication using the network login ID. All these users are in
    added to sql server as users for these database using windows authentication.


    All these users have permissions to my sql server. and are loging in witht
    their domain accounts.

    Is there anything else to check for?

    Thanks in advance.

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