Help! SQL Server Secututy

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    Skinsey Guest

    Default Help! SQL Server Secututy

    I&#039;m sure this is me just missing the point but I&#039;m totally confused on how to secure a database. <BR><BR>Basically I have a small ASP application that&#039;s pulling data from a SQL Server 2000 database. The app works fine but I know want to build some security into it. <BR><BR>All the samples of login systems that I&#039;ve seen use a table of users created within the database but surely you should be able to use SQL servers built in security instead? <BR><BR>Can anyone let me know how they&#039;ve secured their SQL Server apps. Like I say, I&#039;m sure I&#039;m missing something obvious here. <BR><BR>Thanks <BR>

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    Skinsey Guest

    Default RE: Help! SQL Server Secututy

    That heading should of course read Security not Secututy

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