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Unanswered: Impersonate and Exchange Linked Server
On my SQL Server 2000, I have successfully created a linked server to my Exchange 2000 server (located on the same physical computer). I can't send request and everything is fine.
But now, I would like to apply the "Impersonate" setting. The big problem I've got is that Exchange doesn't use a login and password for the authentification but use the Windows credentials.
I have try things like :
login : <domain name>\<username> with the real password
login : <username>@<internet domain name> with the real password
but that doesn't work.
I would like to know if there is a way to "impersonate" user log on the SQL Server when they try to use the linked server to Exchange Server.
Thank a lot
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You can't map to windows account on linked server, try map it to sql login instead.
Using Enterprise Manager you can check the impersonate checkbox while setting up LS.
I know that I can map it to a sql account but I can't give any right to a SQL account in Exchange server. So this can't help me to map the sql to an other account in Exchange but thank a lot
I would suggest to post/search for your query in Exchange newsgroups also for any reference.