Re: Authentication Problem
Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2008 10:25:33 -0800
On Jan 30, 2008 6:53 PM, Jack van Zanen <jack_at_vanzanen.com> wrote:
> When creating the domain user in the database you use double quotes ( "OPS$<domainname>\<username>"
> ). It than becomes case sensitive as well. Make sure the case is spot on.
> log on to the database as a dba user and look in v$session to see exact
> spelling of your os account.
Creating an account with domainnname/username is not necessary when
to Oracle on unix/linux from a windows client.
I just created an account on 2 different databases on linux using
No domain name.
One server knows how to authenticate via AD, the other does not.
Both allowed an OS authenticated login from a Windows client.
Setting remote_os_authent=true is a rather dangerous option.
If is *extremely* easy for a windows client to gain ownership of the database when remote_os_authent=true.
If you set it, you better be using invited_nodes in sqlnet.ora to limit who can get to the database.
-- Jared Still Certifiable Oracle DBA and Part Time Perl Evangelist -- http://www.freelists.org/webpage/oracle-lReceived on Mon Feb 04 2008 - 12:25:33 CST