Subject RE: [IB-Architect] Re: Some thoughts on IB and security
Author Fabricio Araujo
On Thu, 27 Apr 2000 02:31:56 -0400, Claudio Valderrama C. wrote:

>> I agree. BTW, what I ment by plugins was some fairly flexable way
>> of letting some other service do/verify the authentication. Giving
>> sites the option of using their whatever their single sign on
>> system might be. Of course, you then have to worry about the security
>> of your plug-in mechanism. I have no idea what the practicalities
>> of the situation are. How do Oracle, MS etc do it ?
> I don't know about Oracle. When I used it, I did a basic installation and
>had to use some Oracle pw.
> In MsSql, as you know, there are two modes: integrated, where you let NT to
>provide the security and the accounts are the same; and independent, where
>MsSqlServer authenticates users according to its own rules and settings. I
>don't know about the internals or whether you can change security mechanism
>by unloading/loading a DLL for example.

At least in MSSQL 6.5, no.