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ASP page needs to connect to an SQL under a different user context

ASP page needs to connect to an SQL under a different user context


I have an ASP page that used to connect to an SQL database with an SQL login.
For security purposes, they have disabled the SQL logins and now they are requiring a domain login.

Now I can't run an query with the SQL login. Is there a way I can spoof a domain\username to the SQL database from an ASP page?

Thanks ahead?

RE: ASP page needs to connect to an SQL under a different user context

I don't think there is any way to "spoof" a domain\user with ASP, at least... I hope there's not a way.

IIS has a domain\username that it uses for permissions. This is the domain\username that is passed to SQL Server when you use windows authentication.

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