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Remote Logins

During a linked server connection (for example, when processing a distributed query), the sending server provides a login name and password to connect to the receiving server on its behalf. To add/drop a remote login use the popup menu of the Logins area.

 

To emulate the current security credentials of the login, check the Use self credential checkbox.

 

Remote login specifies the username used to connect to the linked server.

 

Remote password is the password associated with the remote login.

 



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