I have a front end that logs into the DB as "logInA", and only has permission to "schemaA" stored procs, which use EXECUTE AS "logInB", (I have also tried EXECUTE AS 'DBO'), to handle all the business ...
We have a SQL Server 2008 database that we are attempting to link with an Access 2007 DB (the maintainer works down the hall and refuses to migrate to SQL Server). We have the password to the database ...
We have two database instances on two separate server boxes that are linked. The website user needs to be able to run stored procedures on DatabaseA which query DatabaseB tables, however it should not ...
I have a SQL Server instance, RPT1 (2008 R2), that was set up for "power users" to run their own queries. This server is linked to our production reporting server, PRD1 (SQL Server 2008 instance), ...