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Windows Domain Problems - IBM DB2

Hello, I have installed DB2 on a Windows2000 system. I set the authentication to client and have all clients trusted. I can not seem to connect to the database as the user logged into the database. In other words if I am logged into the network as user-a, I can connect to the database as user-b but not as user-a. If I log on to the network as user-b then I can connect to the database as user-a but not user-b. This occurs on workstations or on the server. The network is a single domain network. Any suggestions on how ...

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    Default Windows Domain Problems

    Hello,

    I have installed DB2 on a Windows2000 system. I set the authentication
    to client and have all clients trusted.

    I can not seem to connect to the database as the user logged into the
    database. In other words if I am logged into the network as user-a, I
    can connect to the database as user-b but not as user-a. If I log on
    to the network as user-b then I can connect to the database as user-a
    but not user-b. This occurs on workstations or on the server.

    The network is a single domain network.

    Any suggestions on how to fix this?
    george Guest

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    Default Re: Windows Domain Problems

    "george" <com> wrote in message
    news:google.com... 

    If the user id that was used to install DB2 was more than 8 characters, you
    need to uninstall and install again. In addition to being 8 or less
    characters, the install user should have domain administrator authority.


    Mark Guest

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    Default Re: Windows Domain Problems

    In article <Op0lb.949$uswest.net>, net
    says...
     
    >
    > If the user id that was used to install DB2 was more than 8 characters, you
    > need to uninstall and install again. In addition to being 8 or less
    > characters, the install user should have domain administrator authority.
    >
    >[/ref]

    On Windows it's not the username but the group which must be 8 or
    less characters, check http://tinyurl.com/rrwe .

    Gert Guest

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